White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan met with the French ambassador
Sputnik – Jake Sullivan, the White House’s national security adviser, discussed with French Ambassador to the United States Philippe Etienne this Thursday (30th) the steps to restore confidence in the context of the diplomatic crisis caused by the submarine breach. Agreement between France and Australia and the announcement of the AUKUS Alliance.
Etienne returned to Washington almost two weeks later. Paris had decided to call the ambassador for consultation following the controversy over the AUKUS deal. The meeting is in line with the commitment shared in a September 22 telephone conversation between US President Joe Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron.
According to the White House report, they promised to initiate a consultative process on a variety of strategic issues to create conditions for confidence building and propose concrete actions with common goals.
According to the speech, Sullivan welcomed Étienne’s intention to liaise with U.S. government officials to continue the bilateral agenda for the meeting between Biden and Macron in Europe at the end of October. On September 15, the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia announced a new defense alliance, with AUKUS offering its first phase of building eight nuclear submarines for Australia.
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