French President Emmanuel Macron and US leader Joe Biden will meet in October in Rome, Report informs, referring to the press service of the White House after a telephone conversation between the two presidents.
“President Biden looks forward to the meeting with President Macron in Rome later this month, where they will continue the conversation, take stock of the many areas of US-France cooperation, and reinforce our shared interests and common values as we take on challenges and opportunities together,” the White House said.
During talks in Italy, Macron and Biden intend to strengthen US-French cooperation, talk about shared interests, common values, and challenges.
Relations between France and the US have deteriorated since the creation of the Aukus alliance. The Trilateral Security Partnership - Aukus - emerged on September 15, 2021, through an agreement signed between representatives from Australia, the UK, and the US. For the sake of new opportunities, Canberra terminated a $66 billion contract with Paris for the supply of submarines and provoked a diplomatic scandal.