DIRECT. New Caledonia: Emmanuel Macron at the Nouméa police station

DIRECT. New Caledonia: Emmanuel Macron at the Nouméa police station
DIRECT. New Caledonia: Emmanuel Macron at the Nouméa police station

Three senior officials to renew dialogue

If he arrived with three ministers – Gérald Darmanin, Sébastien Lecornu and Marie Guévenoux, in charge of Overseas Territories, Emmanuel Macron is also accompanied by three senior officials who make up, he said, the “contact team” to renew the dialogue. Eric Thiers, chief of staff of the Minister of National Education, was an institutional advisor to the president a few months ago. He worked on constitutional reform. Before being prefect of Doubs, Rémy Bastille was secretary general of the high commission in New Caledonia. Finally, Frédéric Potier, one of the general directors of RATP, worked on the Caledonian file in 2014 when he worked for Manuel Valls in Matignon.

Were present at the High Commission

According to Nouvelle Calédonie la 1re, here is the list of local personalities who were invited to discuss with the President of the Republic.

• Philippe Dunoyer, deputy for the 1st constituency

• Nicolas Metzdorf, deputy for the 2nd constituency

• Georges Naturel, senator of New Caledonia

• Louis Mapou, president of the government of New Caledonia

• Roch Wamytan, president of the Congress of New Caledonia

• Sonia Backes, President of the Southern Province Assembly

• Jacques Lalie, president of the assembly of the province of the Loyalty Islands

• Jean-Louis D’anglebermes, president of the EESC

• Milakulo Tukumuli, chairman of the Congress standing committee

• Marilyne D’Arcangelo, mayor of Paita

• Sonia Lagarde, mayor of Nouméa

• Yoann Lecourieux, mayor of Dumbéa

• Eddie Lecourieux, mayor of Mont-Dore

• Alcide Ponga, mayor of Kouaoua

• Pascal Vittori, mayor of Boulouparis

Economic actors:

• David Guyenne, President of the CCI

• Elisabeth Riviere, President of the CMA

• Mario Lopez, president of the Federation of Deep Sea Fishermen of New Caledonia

• Jean-Louis Laval, President of U2P-NC

• Nicole Moreau, President of CPME NC

• Elise Desmazures, Director of ISEE

• Yann Caron, Director of IEOM

• Ronan Daly, President of the Traders Union

• Régis Buquet, DG BNC

• Frédéric Reynaud, President of the French Banking Federation

• Doriane Sanchez-Lebris, president of the Caledonian section of the France Pacific Territories Committee

• Philippe Darrasson, President of the NC maritime cluster and DG SODEMO, New Caledonia

• Benoit Meunier, President of the FCBTP

• Lionel Wolff, CEO BNP Paribas NC

• Mimsy Daly President of MEDEF NC

• Ismail Zitouni, Managing Director Société Générale New Caledonia

• Arnaud Bondoux, CEO Tontouta Mines Company

• Michel Mees, CEO of the Lavoix Group

• Romain Babey, Vice-President of FINC

A cyberattack “without long-term consequences”

The cyberattack that struck New Caledonia on Tuesday will have “no long-term consequences”, the French Computer Security Agency said on Wednesday, which calls for “extreme caution” regarding the origin of this attack which occurred after the announcement by President Emmanuel Macron of his visit to the archipelago.

This attack, “by denial of service”, lasted “a few hours” against the telecoms operator of the archipelago, said Anssi. “There is no intrusion into the information systems of the operator concerned, nor of its various clients.”



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