French President, Emmanuel Macron, has postponed his scheduled visit to Germany as a result of unrest in France.
The visit was expected to be the first state visit to Germany by a French president in 23 years, and was scheduled to last from tomorrow until Tuesday.
However, BBC reported that the German Presidency, on Saturday, announced that “French President Macron spoke on the phone today with German President [Frank-Walter] Steinmeier and updated him on the situation in his country. President Macron has requested the postponement of his planned state visit to Germany.”
Steinmeier “regrets the cancellation and fully understands the situation in our neighbouring country,” said the statement.