US News Angela Merkel, visiting farewell in France on Wednesday, will receive the Grand'croix of the Legion of Honor

18:55  29 october  2021
18:55  29 october  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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La chancelière Angela Merkel lors d’une visite à Athènes le 29 octobre 2021 © Aris Messinis / AFP Chancellor Angela Merkel during a visit to Athens on October 29, 2021

a few weeks Before leaving the power, the German Chancellor will make a last goodbye visit to France next Wednesday to meet President Emmanuel Macron in Beaune.

The German Chancellor Angela Merkel , on departure, will make a last visit of goodbye in France next Wednesday to meet President Emmanuel Macron at Beaune (Burgundy Franche Comté), said Friday Berlin.

"During this goodbye visit, the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany will be given the badges of Grand'croix of the Legion of Honor" by the Head of State French, continues the presidency

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The trip will be "focused on personal exchanges on current international and European policy issues," said Martina Fietz, government spokesman at a regular press conference.

"The invitation of President Macron is a sign of the close relations between Germany and France and reflects particularly confident cooperation" between the two leaders, she added.

The end of 16 years of power

after 16 years of power, Merkel must leave the policy, after the formation of a new government expected in December .

Since the legislative of 26 September, the Social Democrats (SPDs), victor winners, negotiate the formation of a coalition with ecologists and liberals.

If they succeed, the current Minister of Finance, the Social Democrat Olaf Scholz would succeed Merkel to Chancellery. The Conservatives of the Chancellor Camp, who knew their worst electoral defeat, are preparing to go into the opposition.

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 © provided by Le Parisien The Parisian It was his 107th and last summit in Brussels, after sixteen years in power. The European leaders booked on Friday, October 22 a standing ovation at the German Chancellor Angela Merkel, according to a European source. "I hope you will not be angry by this ceremony for your last summit," said Charles Michel, the Belgian President of the Council.

In the meantime, the Government of Angela Merkel manages the current affairs.

The German Chancellor had already returned to Paris mid-September for a working dinner with Emmanuel Macron.

Emmanuel Macron was, in June, the first foreign officer invited this year in the German capital while the pandemic of Covid-19 marked a turning point in relations between Paris and Berlin, often described as the engine of the European Union .

Faced with the economic consequences of the health crisis, the two countries have been initiated by a 750 billion euro recovery plan, based on a pooling of borrowings at EU level and redistribution towards the most fragile countries, breaking with the German taboo in terms of financial solidarity

Merkel comes farewell to France after 16 years in power .
© Philippe Desmazes Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron arrive in Beaune, November 3, 2021 Smile, Angela Merkel was welcomed by Emmanuel Macron Wednesday in Beaune (Coast D To say goodbye to France after 16 years in power, during which she worked closely with four French presidents. © Philippe Desmazes Angela Merkel is greeted by the crowd in Beaune, November 3, 2021 "Angela! Angela! Bravo!", Shouted the crowd waiting for the two leaders in downtown Beaune.

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