“We live in a jungle and we have two large elephants in a state of tension. We need the cooperation of the monkeys.”

“We live in a jungle and we have two large elephants in a state of tension.  We need the cooperation of the monkeys.”
“We live in a jungle and we have two large elephants in a state of tension.  We need the cooperation of the monkeys.”

“We live in a jungle and we have two large elephants in a state of tension. We need the cooperation of the monkeys.”

French President Emmanuel Macron said on Friday that “we live in a forest and two large elephants are in a state of increasing tension and we need the cooperation of other animals”.

“We don’t believe in hegemony and confrontation. We believe in stability and we believe in innovation,” said Macron from Bangkok, where the Asia-Pacific Economic Forum summit is being held. Regional powers, including France, are tasked with ensuring that balance.

Macron said, according to AFP: “We are in the forest and we have two large elephants in a state of increasing tension. And as their tension increases, they will start fighting each other and that will be a big problem for the others.” Of the forest,” and he added to laughter from the audience, “We will need the cooperation of many other animals.” Tiger , monkeys…etc.”

Emmanuel Macron regards this vast region, stretching from the coasts of East Africa to the west coasts of America, as a strategic priority. France has a number of maritime regions and areas.

Most of France’s exclusive economic zone, the second largest in the world, in this sector spans seven countries stretching from Reunion to New Caledonia and Tahiti, home to 1.65 million people.

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