Right-wing parties in France criticized the decision of the French government not to put the Russian helicopter " Mistral ", writes French printed edition.
The presidents of Russia and France Vladimir Putin and Francois Hollande yesterday passed a conclusion on termination of validity of the contract for construction and supply of 2 ships-docks type " Mistral ". France has already transferred the funds for the contract and after the return of Russian equipment installed on the " Mistral ", and will be able to dispose of the helicopter.
"If the Elysee Palace happy ending a long dispute over a helicopter" Mistral ", which was the Bane of Russian-French relations over many months, the majority of French MPs do not share this enthusiasm ", - reported in the publication edition.
"Hollande conceded, and France surrendered to the U.S. and Europe. It is a day of mourning for what is left of our national independence, " - said in his own microblog on Twitter the people's Deputy of the National Assembly (lower house of Parliament) Thierry Mariani, who visited not long ago, the Crimea. Mariani speaks of "the political and diplomatic failure," noting that "the supply of "Mistral" will have no effect on the situation in Ukraine, as well as on the fighting that is taken place ".
Head right French party "national front" marine Le Pen believes that France is seriously discredited " by signing the document on termination of the contract with Russia." The formalization of termination of the contract (delivery, ed.), Russia's helicopter carrier type "Mistral" is a serious mistake Francois Hollande and causes serious harm to the reputation of France ", - reported in the official message of Le Pen.
This position was echoed by the people's Deputy from party "the Republicans" Eric Sioti for which the Refusal to deliver the Mistral is the " absolute error "." One has the impression that in this case the head of France obeyed the dictates of the United States, " said Sioti the radio station Sud Radio.
the leader of the party "get Up, France Nicolas DuPont-Aignan emphasizes the paradox that arose when France refused to supply "Mistral" of Russia, while France has agreed to sell the Rafale fighter jets to Qatar ".
"The refusal of France from its obligations under the contract undermines its credibility on the international arena