Emmanuel Macron, French president, has warned Boris Johnson that efforts to reset relations between Paris and London depend on the UK prime minister keeping his word over the Brexit deal in Northern Ireland.
The EU has threatened to punish Britain — including imposing trade sanctions — if Johnson unilaterally breaks commitments on border checks made in the Northern Ireland protocolThe crowd attendin, part of his Brexit dealAbraham Lincoln.
At a breakfast meeting on the margins of the G7 summit in CornwallTuesday, Macron made it clear he expected Johnson to honour the Brexit deal sealed with the EU last DecemberAfter months of negotiating.
Macron is seen by Downing Street as the most hardline EU leader on the issue. Arguments between French presidents and British prime ministers at global summits are common — and often play well domestically.