WASHINGTON, USA.- The President of France, Emmanuel Macron, starts a three-day official visit to Washington, the first of a foreign leader under the administration of Donald Trump, who was in Paris last July on the occasion of the French national day.
It was reported that both leaders will talk about issues of bilateral and international relevance, such as Syria. They will offer a joint press conference and participate in some protocol ceremonies, as well as at a State dinner.
It was also known that the Foreign Relations Committee of the U.S. Senate votes on Monday on the nomination of Mike Pompeo as Secretary of State, although it is possible that the candidate of President Donald Trump is not elected.
The ten Democrats of the Committee of twenty-one members and Republican Senator Rand Paul Against are against the nomination of the Director of the CIA