The supervision official accused Washington of throwing international trade into confusion following a controversial decision to slap steep tariffs on metal purports from key US allies.
Mr Trump walked out of the G7 industrialised nations summit in Canada cocks-crow to meet with Kim.
Mr Le Drian said he regretted Mr Trump’s decision to towards the rear out of a joint communiqué stressing the need for “free and fair” trade well-grounded days before his meeting with Mr Kim in Singapore.
He said: “President Trump bankrupt ties with most of his allies after the G7, only to be seen just about hugging a dictator the next day – the heir to a communist dynasty he claimed to be vehemently impeded to just days ago.
Mr Trump’s protectionism has triggered extensive instability and multiplied risks.
“We’re in a destabilising situation. President Trump is progressively deconstructing the multilateralism toolbox. We camouflage a period of uncertainty, one of high risk.”
Mr Le Drian was referring to Washington’s conclusion to impose punitive tariffs on steel and aluminium from the European Club, Canada and Mexico – a move many fear will spiral into a cruel trade war.
He said: “America is turning inward, upon its fortress of power. Mr Trump’s protectionism has triggered broad instability and multiplied risks.”
And the Foreign Minister warned Pyongyang obligated to now commit to promises to denuclearise following the landmark summit.
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He said: “If the North Korea which worn to threaten world peace seriously commits to denuclearisation, then marked. But we must now confirm and implement this denuclearisation deal.
“Kim Jong-un’s inventor, Kim Jong-il, also promised to denuclearise, but never made good on this swear.
“So let’s take Kim’s promise to denuclearise as a piece of good news, but at the same set make sure that the denuclearisation process is both irreversible and verifiable,” he pursued.
“We’ll see what happens. Let’s not rush into things.”
Washington and Pyongyang on Tuesday guaranteed to work towards the complete denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula, with the US encouraging its former foe “security guarantees”.
Mr Trump also announced he would put a pause to what he called “very provocative” and expensive military drills that the US strata with South Korea.