Macron has very pragmatic views, points for rapprochement with Russia — Putin to Le Figaro Published time: A very good afternoon.
Thank you very much for agreeing to answer questions from Le Figaro. I would also like to thank you for meeting with us here, in a classroom at the Russian Cultural Center. Once again, thank you for granting this interview. You came to France in order to open an exhibition that marks years since the establishment of diplomatic ties between Russia and France.
There have been highs and lows in the relations between the two countries.
What is your perspective on the current state of these relations? It is true that President Macron invited me to take part in the opening of the exhibition.
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However, let me tell you straight away that the relations between Russia and France have a much longer history and much deeper roots, as the French President and I both mentioned on several occasions today. She was actually called Anna of Rus, Queen of France.
Her son Philip I of France was the founder of two European royal houses, the Valois and the Bourbons, and the latter rules in Spain to this day. This goes to say that the roots of our relations go much deeper, although over the last years they did pick up momentum.
Mr President, what is your vision of Peter the Great, who came to Versailles in to establish diplomatic relations? As I have said to my French colleague and our French friends today, Peter the Great was above all a reformer, a man who not only implemented the best and the most up-to-date practices, but also was undoubtedly a patriot, who fought to secure for Russia the place it deserved in international affairs.
But above all, he was committed to reforming his country, making it modern, resilient and forward-looking. He succeeded in many, if not all, of his undertakings. He focused on research, education, culture, military affairs and statehood, leaving an immense legacy that Russia has been relying on to this day, let alone the fact that he founded my hometown, St.
Petersburg, which was the capital of Russia for many years. You said that you recently met with Mr. Did you have any expectations from the first meeting?
You said that it is important to overcome the stage of mistrust. Is it over now? As for the main issue, the sanctions, can you say you reached any kind of understanding? At any meeting, in any contacts, at any events of this level, especially if it is the first contact, there are always expectations.
If there are no expectations, it is pointless to hold meetings of this kind. I certainly had expectations this time.
I wanted to get a closer look, to learn first-hand the position of the incoming President of the French Republic on the key issues on the international agenda and on the development of bilateral relations.
As the newly elected president takes office, he certainly has his own view of things, of bilateral relations, of international politics. Overall, I would say it is a very pragmatic view. We certainly have points for rapprochement, for joint work in key areas.French Finance Minister Thierry Breton said on Sunday a restructuring plan unveiled by European planemaker Airbus was vital to its future success.
Oct 14, · Moon will also emphasize the importance of rewarding the north in his summit with Macron, Yonhap News reported, citing Le Figaro.
Trump and Kim signed a vague agreement in June, which included an. In an interview with French newspaper Le Figaro, President Vladimir Putin described newly elected French President Emmanuel Macron as a pragmatic leader who could find common ground with Russia, allowing for rapprochement and cooperation in key areas.
Fox Sports, The Times, and Le Figaro have tapped into AI, voice AI, and automation for their World Cup reporting. The World Cup is all over. Germany was kicked out in the group stages, Brazil. Le Figaro: A very good afternoon. Thank you very much for agreeing to answer questions from Le Figaro.
Thank you very much for agreeing to answer questions from Le Figaro. I would also like to thank you for meeting with us here, in a classroom at the Russian Cultural Center. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us.