In their first conversation since the re-election of Emmanuel Macron as French president on April 24, Boris Johnson congratulated him, and the two agreed to work together to address common problems such as the cost of living, the threats of authoritarian powers and global threats. Energy security Said.
The two leaders agreed to increase coordination for Russia to use sanctions against the occupation of Ukraine and to increase economic support for Kiev.
During the conversation with Macron, Johnson was “opposed to any talks with the Russians that would give credence to the Kremlin’s false story of the invasion,” his spokesman said.
The leaders shared their concerns about rising energy and food prices and agreed to work with the G7 (a group of the world’s most industrialized nations, including France and the United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, the United States, Italy and Japan.) To “mitigate” the impact of the situation in their respective countries.
They also discussed the controversial protocol for Northern Ireland, included in the ‘Brexit’ agreements (UK withdrawal from the EU), threatening to stop London from applying unilaterally if the EU was not prepared to reconsider.
Johnson expressed “serious concerns” about the impact of the tariff regulation on Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom, and argued that “significant changes” were needed to maintain “peace and stability” in the region.
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