Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini blamed France on Tuesday for destabilizing and plumping parts of Africa and subsequently fueling the migration crisis – the latest in a diplomatic spill between the two countries.
According to Salvini, according to the Italian news agency ANSA. "In Africa, some take away the wealth of people and the continent, and France is among them." in places like Libya, adding that France "has nothing to anger because it has turned thousands of migrants, including women and children, to the border"
"I do not take lessons of humanity and generosity from Macron
Salvini – served as Interior Minister in the coalition government of his nationalist League, and the radical 5-star movement – backed the comments made by his 5-star colleague Luigi Di De Mayo challenged a diplomatic incident when earlier this week he said that France "Impoverishes" Africa He said that "to keep the Africans in Africa, would be enough French to stay home." that the French Foreign Ministry called on the Italian ambassador in response to the remarks made by De Mayo. a tougher approach to immigrants – especially those who travel from Libya. Italy has angered other EU leaders by refusing to take migrants from NGO rescue boats – although this month has reluctantly agreed to take about 10 migrants. criticizes those who seek to reduce immigration even when his government seeks to tighten restrictions on asylum in France. Meanwhile, Paris is faced with a fresh migrant crisis, as more than 2000 migrants from Africa and the Middle East sleep outside in the city less than a year after the government evacuated a number of improvised camps around the capital. and other countries wanted to undermine countries such as France and Germany before the European elections in May.
"The European elections will be the place where we first – as you can see today with the ridiculous comments of the Italian government – which seek to destroy the European project and the Franco-German partnership," the source said.