France’s government spokesman has said the recall of its ambassador to Italy is temporary but sends an important signal toward its historical ally not to meddle in internal French affairs. Benjamin Griveaux said on Friday that the recall was prompted by months of “unfounded attacks” from Italian government members Luigi Di Maio and Matteo Salvini – and especially by Di Maio’s meeting in France this week with yellow vest protesters.
Referring to Italy’s populist leaders, he said European Union members should “behave better toward partners.”
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