In the historic speech Thursday on the Pnyx hill in Athens - the founding place of democracy - Macron emphasized the cultural ties that bind Greece and France together, and spelled out his idea for a more cohesive euro zone, warning that "sovereignty, democracy and trust" are all "in danger". The leading expert of the european policy of the Atlantic, who from the title of his editorial that announces the color: "Emmanuel Macron will be yet another failed french president " (" Emmanuel Macron will be yet another French president to fail"). Even so, unemployment stands at almost 22 percent, the highest in the euro zone.
Turning to Greece, Macron said the handing of the Greek debt crisis has been a European failure underlining the need for a revival of the EU. China's COSCO shipping, owner of the world's fourth largest container fleet, took a 51 percent stake in Greece's largest port a year ago.
Macron said that France was working to maintain the peace and stability on the peninsula and he added that he valued China's role in resolving the issue.
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He told reporters that "There was a sense that if relationship is to go forward then peace and tranquility on border areas must be maintained".
Greece has undergone three economic bailouts since 2010 that were accompanied by substantial austerity measures including tax increases and social security cuts.
An analysis published on the day in which Emmanuel Macron, official travel in Greece, explained that the approach of the first protests against his reform of the labour Code, he didn't give in to the pressure: "I do not give away nothing, or lazy, or cynical, or to the extreme", he assured in the garden of the French School of Athens.
In June the International Monetary Fund demanded that Greece adopt more austerity measures in 2019 and 2020, after the current bailout program expires in August 2018. "We can achieve fiscal unification if we achieve political and economic integration", Tsipras said.