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appeasement or reunion tense? The unprecedented diplomatic crisis between the United States and France invites from Monday in the corridors of the United Nations Annual General Meeting when Washington has announced the reopening of its borders with the European Union.
The leader of American diplomacy Antony Blinken and his French counterpart Jean-Yves Le Drian are expected during the day in New York. But for now no head-to-face is announced to try to turn the page.
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This is the announcement on 15 September of a security pact concluded by the Americans with Australia and the United Kingdom to counter China that set fire to the powders because it was done in The back of the French, who lost a huge contract of submarines ordered by Canberra.
For the first day of the global diplomatic mass, the US Secretary of State planned his first meeting with the British New Foreign Minister Liz Truss.
London and Washington tried during the weekend to amader their French ally and extension Europe. The White House announced on Monday morning the reopening of the American borders to the European and British travelers vaccinated.
but Paris, who denounced in turn a "blow in the back", a "lie" and a "major break of confidence", and recalled his ambassadors in the United States and Australia in an unprecedented gesture, does not deplete .
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relatively quiet so far, the foreign ministers of the European Union countries will examine Monday night on the sidelines of the UN Assembly The consequences of the new American-British-Australian strategic partnership in the Indo-Pacific region, Nicknamed Aukus.
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The leader of the European diplomacy Josep Borrell should "report" this meeting "by a declaration ", announced a spokesman for the European Commission.
The twenty-seven had already planned to speak, during this traditional meeting in New York, the chaotic withdrawal of Afghanistan imposed by the American government of Joe Biden, which also sparked several grindings of teeth in the old continent.
"Many European countries have told us of their sidereta," said Jean-Yves Le Drian in the French newspaper West France. "It's not just a Franco-Australian affair but a breach of confidence in alliances, with our allies, and also the positioning of each concerning the Indo-Pacific strategy," he lamented .
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The French want the case to weigh in the ongoing redefinition of the strategic concept of NATO, but also in a form of strategic autonomy it would like to provide the EU.
The case of submarines will push the Europeans to cure their position together with respect to the Democratic President, initially hailed for his willingness to revive transatlantic relations with his allies after the tensions of the mandate of Donald Trump. ? All eyes will be focused on Josep Borrell's statement.
reassembled as rarely in recent days, Jean-Yves le Drian must also set the tone at a press conference in New York, in the absence of French President Emmanuel Macron who made the choice this year not to Express to the UN General Assembly.
According to Paris, President Biden, who is expected on Monday and Tuesday to this great global meeting, asked to explain with his French counterpart and a phone call will take place in the "coming days".
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also attempted to console his French ally, on the plane that took him to New York.
The United Kingdom and France have "a very friendly relationship", of an "immense importance," said Boris Johnson to journalists, before adding: "Our love of France is unshakable". Not sure these sweet words are enough to calm the IRE from the leader of French diplomacy who described London of "fifth wheel of the carriage".
Sign of persistent tensions, a meeting scheduled for this week between the French Minister of Armed Florence Parly and his British counterpart Ben Wallace was canceled by France.
Australian Deputy Prime Minister, Barnaby Joyce, on his side assured Monday that his country had "no need to prove his attachment to France", by evoking the soldiers sent to fight during the two world wars.
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