Jean-Yves Le Drian cheers as he leaves Foreign Ministry

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The former tenant of Quai d’Orsay on Saturday denounced Scott Morrison for his “brutality”, “cynicism” and “a form of incompetence”.

Without hatred. Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian on Saturday, May 21, was delighted that Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison had been ousted from power by Labor. This result “Most suitable for me”He naughtily, during the transfer of power with his successor Catherine Colona, ​​provoked the laughter of help gathered in the Kwai d’Orsay.

“The actions taken in relation to France (…) are vicious, cynical and I would like to say more, this is a terrible incompetence, and I am glad to tell you tonight.”He fainted. “I hope we can renew open and constructive dialogue with Australia in the future.”

In 2021, Scott Morrison angered Paris by abruptly terminating a contract to supply French submarines worth 56 billion, wanting to procure supplies from Washington and London.


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