Just after the day of inauguration French President Emmanuel Macron went to Berlin, Putin suddenly became the first world leader invited to France, and the famous handshake with Trump would continue in the visit of the US President to Paris on July 14.
Several meetings, visits and participation in multilateral forums over the past two months show a desire to solve the key problems of international politics very quickly.
The candidate, who was often blamed for lack of competence in international affairs, after becoming the President, launched an intensive, systematic and meditative foreign policy activity.
The outlines of Makron’s foreign policy thinking became clearer, starting from the pre-election program presented in March, a large foreign-policy interview on June 21, and up to the program speech on July 3 in front of both houses of the French parliament.
How does the new President see the foreign policy of France?