The meeting between Macron and Meloni that tries to ease tensions

Isabella Martinez

Marina García

Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni was in Paris this Tuesday to promote Rome’s candidacy for Expo 2030. A trip that served her, above all, to ease tensions with the Élysée in a bilateral with French President Emmanuel Macron where they avoided going deeper, so as not to fall into confrontation, on the issue that most separates them: the management of the migratory phenomenon, where both governments hold different positions and where they have preferred to stay in comfort the European framework – which will have to be dealt with in a European Council at the end of the month. In a press conference without questions prior to the meeting, which lasted more than an hour and a half, the first to speak was the French president who said “although there may be controversies, always in a context of respect. This is the goal of the Quirinal Treaty and the great ambition we have to work together.

Leave a Comment