one for all
They seem happy with them, and maybe they are. On June 26, the leaders of the G7 countries, accompanied by the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, and the President of the European Council Charles Michel, met at Elmau Castle in the Bavarian Alps. There, for three days, they tied up encouragement and promises to Ukraine and its inhabitants. Before taking the position, it is clearly well deserved, inhabited by a sense of duty accomplished.
long to relax
For the occasion, the eight men in the photo took great care not to wear a tie, thus preserving this tradition, which is characterized by false relaxation and true communication, born in 2012 during the G8 organized in Camp David, USA. That year, Barack Obama publicly captured François Hollande when he arrived with a tie for a family photo. “Francois, we said you can take off the tie!”, The American president called his alter ego French.
If everyone is siding, this year, on the issue of a tie, the French president has found a new way to distinguish himself. Thus, only Emmanuel Macron has dropped the jacket, finding himself isolated on the diplomatic chessboard. In this case, he could feel some resentment towards Boris Johnson, who announced that he would undress because of the traditional group image in order to From “To show that we are stronger than Putin.” But, since then, Emmanuel Macron must know that the British Prime Minister should never be believed.
In this case, Boris Johnson may have kept his jacket over his shoulders, it seemed to be the dirtiest of all. The crazy hair, the pants falling to the waist, the loose-fitting shirt, visibly wet and ostensibly pressed to the tummy confirm, marking this photo, the theory that his presence in the pool makes everyone mechanically a little more elegant than they are.
Despite the lack of a tie, the men who chose to keep their jackets buttoned up showed a certain dignity in this photo. But above all, the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, has pulled out of the game. Thus, her salmon suit jacket reminds us that colors have long been, from the point of view of clothing, a woman’s prerogative and that her mastery of shades remains incomparable …
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