With Rumen Radev we agree on three main issues, namely, posted workers, defence and migration, French President Emmanuel Macron told journalists after his meeting with the Bulgarian President, FOCUS News Agency reported.The first issue concerns a reform of the European Union directive on posted workers.
But critics said it all pointed to a vain head of state who was spending excessively "to hide his real face".
Le Point reports the 39-year-old's personal makeup artist - known only as Natasha M - has put in two separate bills to the executive branch for $16,000 and $26,000.
Not one for sartorial extravagance, when it comes to his wardrobe French President Emmanuel Macron has a go-to uniform of affordable, off-the-rack navy suits by Jonas et Cie. Mr. Macron's plans may also face increased resistance as his popularity has dropped sharply since he took office in May.
Mr. Macron is betting he can tackle unemployment by loosening labor laws and reducing financial and legal risks of layoffs that business leaders say discourage them from hiring.
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A member of the opposition conservative Republicans party said it all added up to a "hyper-vain president".
The Elysée Palace could not be reached for comment but, according to local reports, presidential aides said the makeup artist had been called in as "a matter of urgency" and that future makeup bills would be "significantly reduced".
Nicolas Sarkozy spent €8,000 a month on makeup, French Vanity Fair reported previous year.