statement. He told Le Figaro that despite “some resistance”, the willingness to reconcile memory between French and Algerians was “very widely shared.”
dIn the interview Figaro On Sunday, French President Emmanuel Macron talked about the relationship between France and Algeria, especially the issue of memory. For him, “despite some resistance, the willingness to mediate the memory between the French and Algerians has been widely shared.” And to continue this wish, along with the wish of Algerian President Abdul Majid Tebbon, “must be counted by some kind of resistance…”. Agence France-Presse quoted him as saying that the statement of Algerian Labour Minister Hachemi Jayabu was “unacceptable” and that France is the “traditional and eternal enemy” of Algerians. French Prime Minister Jean Castex (Jean Castex) has postponed indefinitely the trip to Algiers originally scheduled for last Sunday. Is this related to the new Cold War?
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Close to 60E However, Emmanuel Macron (Emmanuel Macron) made a series of “symbolic actions” on the occasion of Algeria’s Independence Day in 1962, trying to “reconcile memory.” Historian Benjamin Stora submitted a special report in January that included some suggestions in this direction. However, he had just been accepted in Algiers. Emmanuel Macron told the press: Figaro. “Basically, we did not reconcile broken memories, nor did we establish a unified national discourse […] The broken memories are the memories of Pinot Noirs, the memories of the Harkis, the conscripts of the task force, the memories of the French soldiers, the memories of the Algerians who later came to France, the memories of these migrating children, the two people…”-in Before reaching the conclusion, he clarified: “I neither repent nor deny. I believe in recognizing politics that can make our country stronger. “
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