Financials, Communication Nov 02, 2021 06:54 AM (GMT+8)
Financial Associated Press, November 2 (Xinhua) on the evening of November 1 local time, French President macron, who was attending the world leaders' summit of the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, UK, told the media that France would postpone the retaliation measures for fishery disputes against Britain originally scheduled to be implemented from 0:00 on November 2. Macron said that ministerial officials of the two sides resumed negotiations on the afternoon of the 1st, and the negotiations will continue on the 2nd. It is understood that the negotiations were based on macron's proposal to British Prime Minister Johnson during the G20 leaders' Rome summit. France still expressed the hope to find a way to solve the dispute with Britain.
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