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Macron attends ceremony for 75th anniversary of liberation of Bormes-les-Mimosas, France on Monday. Yann Coatsaliou/ Reuters
French President Emmanuel Macron will meet British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Aug.22 to discuss Brexit as well as the crises in Iran and Syria, an official from Macron's office said on Monday.
“The President of the Republic will host Boris Johnson for a working dinner at the Elysee Palace, which will be preceded by remarks to the press,” said the official.
France's Macron to discuss Brexit with Britain's Johnson in coming weeks
Johnson is also scheduled to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday this week.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Paris on Thursday, a day after Berlin offered a glimmer of hope that an agreement could be reached to avoid a chaotic “no deal” Brexit.
The two leaders spoke on Thursday, and Macron’s talks with Johnson would be in regard to the demands of the European Union about Brexit, the official added.
When Macron pointed to the floor - where feet belong - Boris then said "sorry" with a wave and laugh.
Johnson, who officially took over from Theresa May on Wednesday and swiftly sacked most of her ministerial team, held the first meeting of his new cabinet of ministers on Thursday.
According the decree issued by the UAE President Sheikh Khalifa female employees shall receive wages equal to that of males if they perform the same work, or another of equal value.
A young Emirati, Rashid Aziz Al Shehi, travelled over 1,100 kilometres, wandering across the seven emirates to celebrate the 90th Saudi National Day and express the unity of destiny between the UAE and Saudi Arabia. He decorated his own vehicle with pictures of the Saudi leaders, symbols and flag.
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