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Returned French envoy invites Mattarella to France

Rome, February 15 - President Sergio Mattarella on Friday received at the presidential Quirinale palace the returned French Ambassador to Italy Christian Masset who handed him a letter from French President Emmanuel Macron inviting him to pay a State visit to France. Mattarella cordially thanked Macron and accepted the invitation. Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said Friday "I'm happy that the polemic is over. Now I renew the request to meet the French interior minister, with the aim of bringing back to Italy some of the 15 terrorists hiding for years in France". Masset on Friday returned to Rome after being recalled to Paris for consultations on February 7. Masset was discreetly greeted at Fiumicino Airport by French embassy staff. France recalled Masset for consultations citing unprecedented attacks by Italian government figures after Deputy Premier Luigi Di Maio met with hardline members of the Yellow Vest protest movement in Paris. "Italian President (Sergio) Mattarella called (French) President (Emmanuel) Macron, they talked and they said how important the friendship between France and Italy is, how much the two countries need each other," European Affairs Minister Nathalie Loiseau told RTL. "We have also listened to the political leaders who let slip words and conduct that were frankly unfriendly and unacceptable show regret". Deputy Premier and Labour and Industry Minister Luigi Di Maio said Friday that his 5-Star Movement (M5S) will not have talks with violent elements among France's Yellow Vests protestors. Di Maio last week met controversial hardline Yellow Vest member Christophe Chalencon, who has called for a military coup, ahead of May's European elections. "There was some interaction with a complex reality but we don't intend to dialogue with the part that is talking about armed struggle or civil war," Di Maio said as he presented the M5S's manifesto for the European elections. In other EU news Friday, Deputy Premier and Euroskeptic League leader Matteo Salvini said Friday, after the League's economic pointsman Claudio Borghi said Rome should exit the EU if it is "still toxic" after May's European elections, that Italy has no intention of leaving the European Union. "We have no intention of leaving Europe, we want to change it, improve it bit not abandon it," said Salvini, who is also interior minister. League economy pointman Borghi said earlier Friday that Italy should consider leaving the EU if the bloc does not change radically following the May 26 European elections. "I think that this is the last chance. If, after the European elections, the same mandarins led by Germany are the ones driving the economic, social and migratory policies, for the sole benefit of Germany and to our detriment, I'll say we should leave," Borghi said. "We either manage to change it or we'll have to come out". The League MP said the EU project was a "failure" and "toxic for Italy". "If the environment remains toxic, I'll say let's get out," he said. Rome should say clearly if it wants to exit the European Union, European Parliament President Antonio Tajani said. "Let the Italian government say clearly whether it wants to leave the euro and the European Union," Tajani said on Twitter. "Too many ambiguities and ill-considered declarations only cause harm to Italy and the Italians".

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