May 22, 2022

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Will France and Australia return to the side of the submarine crisis?

Yesterday, French President Emmanuel Macron had a telephone conversation with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who torpedoed the French submarine following the announcement of a new partnership between the United States, Britain and Australia after the crisis erupted in mid-September. Agreement with Canberra, according to Elysee Palace.

Elysee reaffirmed President Macron’s point out that the Australian Government should propose practical measures that redefine the foundations of our bilateral relationship and include the will of Australian high officials in the Indo – Pacific region. “

Paris has expressed its anger over Australia’s abrupt decision to buy 12 French submarines worth A $ 90 billion (55 55 billion) at regular rates, without prior warning.

Since then, Macron has not been in direct contact with Morrison, while he has spoken with US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has been criticized by Paris, following the announcement of the “Ogos” alliance between the three countries.

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During the phone call, Macron said, “Australia’s unilateral decision is to reduce the French-Australian strategic partnership, to end the sea-class submarine project in favor of another project that has not yet been clarified, and to sever the relationship of trust between the two countries, according to Elysee.”

“Much attention will be paid to the situation of French companies and their subcontractors, including Australians affected by this decision,” he added. The call comes ahead of a scheduled meeting between Macron and Pidon in Rome on Friday ahead of the start of the G-20 summit, which will be followed by the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, in the presence of Morrison.

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During the phone call, he urged the Australian Prime Minister to take steps to address the climate challenge, especially to increase the nationally defined contribution, commitment to halt coal production and consumption at home and abroad, and to strengthen Australian support for the international community.

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