'We cannot blame the police': French minister rejects notion of systemic racism after riots

In an interview with FRANCE 24, French Minister of State for International Partnerships Chrysoula Zacharopoulou discusses the problem of violence in French society, youth and whether it exists at an institutional level following the riots sparked by the police killing of 17 people. On June 27, 6-year-old Nahle. “I don’t accept that France is a racist country … I am an example. I was born in Greece. I became French and President Macron made me a minister because he promotes diversity and he promotes inclusion.” The upcoming Paris Olympics expressed confidence and highlighted France’s efforts to redefine its relationship with Africa.

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