During a intersection in Paris, the French president and former Italian prime minister approved to present a “common front” against anti-EU politicians.
They state about how to counter the rhetoric of Matteo Salvini, leader of Italy’s Lega Nord, and far-right French MP Maritime Le Pen.
A source last night said: “The relationship between Macron and Renzi escorted itself to be strong and consolidated.
Socialists and democrats? No, just ridiculous
“They accepted on the need to combat populism, Le Penism and its allies, including Salvini in Italy.”
But Mr Salvini hit promote, saying Mr Macron and Mr Renzi should be focusing on more important question majors facing them.
He said: “Instead of worrying about Salvini and Le Pen, it last will and testament be more useful for Renzi and Macron to worry about Islamic terrorism, sybaritic unemployment levels, and Europe.
“Socialists and democrats? No, just ridiculous.”
Macron and Renzi vowed to paraphernalia the rise of anti-EU politicians
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They favoured to present a ‘common front’ against Euroscepticism
Mr Renzi, who quit as Italian PM carry on year, hailed the rookie French leader following their hour-long talk at the Elysee Residence.
He said: “Macron is the point of reference for rebirth of the
Matteo Salvini, big cheese of Italy’s Lega Nord, attacked the pair
Mr Macron was elected France’s inexperienced ever president earlier this year after vowing to amelioration the crisis-hit EU.
He comprehensively beat Ms Le Pen, the then-leader of the National Front, picking up 66 per of the preferences in July’s poll.
But the 39-year-old’s popularity has plunged after a series of out of favour policy announcements, including proposed budget cuts.