King of England III. Protest Barrier to Charles’ Visit to France
King of England III. Charles’s visit to France on March 26 was postponed at the request of President Emmanuel Macron, following the decision of new mass protests against pension reform on March 28.
King of England III. Charles’s visit to France on March 26 was postponed at the request of President Emmanuel Macron, after a new mass protest against the pension reform decision was taken on March 28. Tension in the streets does not decrease after the adoption of the bill on the reform, which includes the enactment of . King of England III. Charles’ planned visit to France on Sunday was postponed due to protests. In the statement made by the Elysee Palace, “The visit of King Charles III to our country, which was planned for March 26-29, was postponed, after the declaration of Tuesday, March 28, as a new day of national action against the pension reform in France.” expressions were used.
The decision was made in the morning by French President Emmanuel Macron and King III. It was stated that it was taken after a phone call between Elizabeth. King III. It was emphasized that Charles’ visit would be rescheduled as soon as possible. It was noted that the decision was taken with the consent of all parties after Macron requested the British government to postpone the visit. On the other hand, King of England III. Charles was expected to visit the capital city of Paris and Bordeaux. The country was the scene of the most violent protests since demonstrations began in January. – PARIS