The French president called the Polish Prime Minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, “a far-right anti-Semite who bans LGBT”.
Following remarks made by President Emmanuel Macron, which accused the head of Poland’s government of making disparaging remarks about the French ambassador in Poland, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned the French ambassador to Poland.“far-right anti-Semitism”Warsaw was announced
“Following the statements contained in the interview with the President of the French Republic Emmanuel Macron at the “Parisian”The Minister [polonais, NDLR] Zbigniew Rau has decided to summon the French ambassador »Twitter: The spokesperson for the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Interview with “Le Parisien”, Friday, by the French president, Mateusz Morawiecki, Polish Prime Minister, was accused of being “a far-right anti-Semite who bans LGBT people”After having previously accused him of “To interfere in the French political election”She pointed out her closeness with Marine Le Pen, her far-right presidential rival.
It was Emmanuel Macron’s reaction to the comments of the head populist nationalist Polish government, who had attacked him Monday for his telephone interviews with Vladimir Putin. “Mr President Macron, how many times have you negotiated with Putin, what have you achieved? We don’t talk to criminals. They must be dealt with.then launched Mateusz Morawiecki.
“No one negotiated with Hitler. Would you negotiate with Hitler, with Stalin, with Pol Pot”The Polish Prime Minister was asked to accuse some European leaders “procrastination” “wooden language”.
On Friday, a spokesperson for the Polish government called President Macron’s comments “Polish Government”“incomprehensible”They were to blame “political emotions that accompany every election campaign”.
“However, at present, talking about the Prime Minister of the Polish government in the context of anti-Semitism is, quite simply, a lie, it has nothing to do with the facts”Piotr Müller told the press. “I hope that this election campaign in France will calm down a bit, and then the president of France will speak differently and really stick to historical facts”He concluded.