Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne, Minister of State attached to the Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, is visiting Berlin from October 23 to 24.
He will meet with Martin Jäger, State Secretary, Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development, and Ulrich Nussbaum, State Secretary, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.
With Martin Jäger, Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne will take stock of the implementation of the French-German roadmap for development signed in Paris on July 7 by Jean-Yves Le Drian, Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, and Gerd Müller, Federal Minister of Economic Cooperation and Development. The minister of state will discuss French-German cooperation in Africa, in the Sahel region, notably within the framework of the Sahel Alliance.
With Ulrich Nussbaum, Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne will discuss the most pressing issues in international trade, in particular the consequences of the U.S.’s imposition of additional tariffs on the EU following the ruling by the World Trade Organization (WTO).
During his visit to Berlin, Mr. Lemoyne will also meet with the Amis de la Fondation pour la Mémoire de la Déportation.
And he will meet with representatives of the French community, as part of the Great National Debate spearheaded by President Macron.