Schloss Elmau — French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson seemed to fill the hatchery on Sunday as bystanders at the G7 Summit a year after the two clashed over Brexit, especially Northern Ireland.
Despite the fact that the issue remains in general, French authorities have said that the Northern Ireland Protocol is not part of Sunday's bilateral talks, and on the contrary, both sides have focused on joint efforts. To help Ukraine in the war with Russia, which said it had decided to improve their relations.
With a tap on the back and a smile, the two leaders cheerfully exchanged joy at the start of the bilateral meeting, a year after the two close allies clashed. On issues, including issues related to fishing rights in Rome recently, suggesting a much warmer relationship.
"The word Brexit was not mentioned," French officials said, adding that the two decided to focus on the outcome of the war with Ukraine.
According to British sources, the two have agreed to further support Ukraine in the war with Russia, Johnson's office said.
"They agreed that this was a crucial moment in the process of conflict and that there was an opportunity to change the course of the war," a Downing Street spokesman said in a statement.
French officials said Macron raised the subject of the European Political Community.
Macron last month proposed to create a European political community to create a new structure, allowing closer cooperation with countries seeking EU accession, and the United Kingdom could become part of it. I even suggested sex.
Officials said Johnson had previously proposed such an initiative and showed a lot of enthusiasm for the idea. (Report by John Irish, edited by Toby Chopra and Angelo Amante)