Publish dateMonday 3 April 2023 - 09:29
Story Code : 267811
French President Emmanuel Macron will travel to Beijing next week to warn his Chinese counterpart about military support for Russia, the French presidential office said.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): French President Emmanuel Macron, whose recent decision to approve the controversial pension plan of his government by bypassing the parliament intensified the strike and protest crisis, will leave for China on Tuesday (April 4) along with a delegation of business officials from this country. .
On the other hand, French President Emmanuel Macron has announced that he plans to go to China to convince Beijing to put pressure on Moscow to end the war in Ukraine.
Mr. Macron told the media: "We should ask China to enter into a dialogue with the leadership of Ukraine. “We must do everything to stop the conflict, within the framework of respect for international laws, which includes respect for territorial sovereignty."
It is worth noting that last week, the Chinese leader met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow, a move that has worried the leaders of the European Union.
Macron is going to travel to this emerging superpower while he is simultaneously trying to curb the effects of humiliating protests against his government and show that he is advancing his diplomatic plans.
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