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Emmanuel Macron and the Australian Prime Minister want to rebuild the relationship of "trust".

Emmanuel Macron and the Australian Prime Minister want to rebuild the relationship of “trust”.

President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron And the new Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese wants to “rebuild the relationship” of “hope” after the diplomatic crisis. The mega deal for French submarines has come to an endElysee Palace said in a statement Thursday.

Emmanuel Macron and Anthony Albanese agreed to re-establish bilateral relations, speaking on the phone on Thursday after “a deep-seated breach of trust following former Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s decision to end a future submarine project.” Confidence and Respect, Collectively to Overcome Global Challenges, First and foremost Climate Emergency and Indo-Pacific Strategic Challenges “, noted ‘Elysium.

“By identifying the strategic cooperation between our two countries, a roadmap will be prepared to build this new bilateral agenda aimed at strengthening our recession and contributing to regional peace and security,” the statement added.

Up to 7 3.7 billion to complete the deal with France

Labor Anthony Albanese, 59, He became Australia’s Prime Minister on Monday, Following the victory of his party in the legislative elections on Saturday. French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian has announced that Scott Morrison’s defeat in the Assembly elections is “very fitting for me”.

Canberra sparked a major battle with Paris last September, condemning the deal to sell French submarines to the Australian navy for more than 50 billion euros, and for giving preference to Anglo-American nuclear-powered submarines not provided by French buildings.

In a fit of rage, France recalled its ambassador to the United States, an unprecedented act against these historically friendly nations, as well as to Australia, the birthplace of the crisis. In early April, Australian officials agreed that Canberra would pay up to A $ 5.5 billion (3. 3.7 billion) to conclude a deal with France.

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