The Italian Deputy Prime Minister describes Macron and Schultz as selfish and short-sighted The Italian Deputy Prime Minister describes Macron and Schultz as selfish and short-sighted

The Italian Deputy Prime Minister describes Macron and Schultz as selfish and short-sighted

The Italian Deputy Prime Minister describes Macron and Schultz as selfish and short-sighted  Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini strongly criticized the talks that took place in Paris on Thursday between French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky.  "It is evidence of selfishness and short-sightedness," Salvini, leader of the League, said in radio statements Thursday night.  He added, "If we are 27 member states of the European Union, there are no two more deserving than the others," noting that Italy, among other things, pays the greatest price as a result of the conflict in Ukraine.  Salvini said, "If I can give some advice to Macron, I would say to him, keep your word, for example, on the Turin-Lyon road, where there is a delay on the French side ... I will be vigilant and follow the matter as infrastructure minister, given the efforts we have made in its construction."  Source: Italian "Aki".    Italian PM calls Zelensky's invitation to Paris "inappropriate"  Italian Prime Minister Giorga Meloni described French President Emmanuel Macron's invitation to his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodymyr Zelensky, to Paris as "violating the unity of the European Union" and "inappropriate".  This came in statements made by Meloni upon her arrival to the EU summit in Brussels, where she said: "I think that Zelensky's invitation to Paris yesterday was inappropriate, because I believe that our strength lies in our unity and cohesion."  Asknews quoted her as saying, "I understand the internal political issues, but there are times when favoring local public opinion can harm the cause, and it seems to me that this is one of those cases."  Source: Novosti

Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini strongly criticized the talks that took place in Paris on Thursday between French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky.

"It is evidence of selfishness and short-sightedness," Salvini, leader of the League, said in radio statements Thursday night.

He added, "If we are 27 member states of the European Union, there are no two more deserving than the others," noting that Italy, among other things, pays the greatest price as a result of the conflict in Ukraine.

Salvini said, "If I can give some advice to Macron, I would say to him, keep your word, for example, on the Turin-Lyon road, where there is a delay on the French side , I will be vigilant and follow the matter as infrastructure minister, given the efforts we have made in its construction."

Source: Italian "Aki".

Italian PM calls Zelensky's invitation to Paris "inappropriate"

Italian Prime Minister Giorga Meloni described French President Emmanuel Macron's invitation to his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodymyr Zelensky, to Paris as "violating the unity of the European Union" and "inappropriate".

This came in statements made by Meloni upon her arrival to the EU summit in Brussels, where she said: "I think that Zelensky's invitation to Paris yesterday was inappropriate, because I believe that our strength lies in our unity and cohesion."

Asknews quoted her as saying, "I understand the internal political issues, but there are times when favoring local public opinion can harm the cause, and it seems to me that this is one of those cases."

Source: Novosti
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