R/Wasaaraha Talyaaniga oo jawaab ka bixiyay cambaareeyn Faransiiska uga timid “Sawirro”

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Italian premier Giuseppe Conte (C) speaks at the Lower House, ahead of a confidence vote on the government program, in Rome on June 6, 2018. - Conte is set to address the Lower House for a confidence vote on his government programme later today, after winning the confidence vote at the Senate yesterday. (Photo by FILIPPO MONTEFORTE / AFP) (Photo credit should read FILIPPO MONTEFORTE/AFP/Getty Images)

R/Wasaaraha dalka Talyaaniga, Giuseppe Conte, oo ka hadlay cambaareeyn dhowaan ka soo yeertay Madaxweynaha Faransiiska Emmannuel Macron kaasi oo si kulul u dhaleeceeyay Talyaaniga is hortaagii uu ku sameeyay in markabkii siday Muhaajiriinta uu ku xierto dekadda Talyaaniga.

Macron ayaa eedeeyay dowladda Talyaaniga talaabadii ay kaga hor istaagtay muhaajiriin lasoo badbaadiyay ay galaan gudaha dalka Talyaaniga.

Af-hayeen u hadlay madaxwaynaha dowladda Faranskiisa Emmanuel Macron ayaa sheegay in go’aanka Talyaaniga uu yahay mid muujinaysa xushmad la’aan iyo mas’uuliyad darro.

Balse Mr. Conte oo ka jawaabayay hadalka ka soo yeeray Madaxweynaha dalka Faransiiska ayaa sheegay in Talyaaniga uusan aqbali karin dabeecadaha ballan ka baxyada ku wajahan oo ka imaanaya Talyaaniga kuwaasi oo sida uu sheegay Giuseppe Conte ahaa dalal waqti kasta ka jeesan jiray wax u qabashada dadka soogalootiga ah.

Dowladda Spain ayaa oggolaatay markabka Aquarius oo ahaa markabkii ay diiday dowladda Talyaaniga uu ku xirto dekadda biyaheeda.

Xaaladda dadka la socday markabka ayaa dhalisay in sidoo kale R.Wasaaraha dalka Uk Theresa May ayaa qirtay in ay oggolaatay  in wax laga qabto arrimaha dhinaca socdaalka Midowga Yurub eek u aadan muhaajiriinta si loo adkeeyo heshiiska ka bixitaanka Britain ee Yurub.

Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May reacts as she arrives in Downing Street in central London on October 9, 2017.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will tell the European Union on Monday that “the ball is in their court” as her divided government resumes Brexit negotiations in Brussels. / AFP PHOTO / Ben STANSALL (Photo credit should read BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images)