Writer and academician Abdulah Sidran, together with some thirty world intellectuals, spoke with French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday.
A meeting of world intellectuals with the president of France, the initiative is one of the most influential intellectuals, French philosopher, writer and journalist Bernard-Henri Levy.
Sudran told N1 TV that they discussed the problem Europe’s becoming more “right”.
“It was a lunch with the President of France, Mr. Macron and during the two-hour lunch, almost all participants had the opportunity to talk about their vision of the causes of turning European intellectuals, peoples, states, governments … into the rightists. Europe has to organize to which way and how to oppose this,” Sidran said.
He said he pointed to Europe’s shortcomings when it comes to Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 1990s.