Italy's Minister of Labour and Industry Luigi Di Maio gestures next to Interior Minister Matteo Salvini after a swearing-in ceremony at the Quirinal palace in Rome, Italy, June 1, 2018. REUTERS/Remo Casilli/File Photo
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Italy's far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said Monday that he was ready to meet his French counterpart "this week" for talks following a spat which saw France recalling its ambassador from Rome. Ties between the two neighbors sunk to their lowest point since World War II last week after Paris recalled its envoy in protest over a string of jibes by Salvini and Luigi Di Maio, both senior figures in Italy's populist government.Ahead of the European Parliament elections in May, Salvini and Di Maio -- both of whom are deputy prime ministers -- have made a series of increasingly personal attacks on Macron.
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