French natural scenery is no stranger to controversy, with the French government making it one of its main priorities to protect it.
But this year the country is also hoping to increase tourism to France from abroad by attracting visitors from other countries, such as China and the US.
The country has been in talks with China for more than a decade to set up a tourism bureau and is keen to attract visitors to the country’s natural beauty.
In an effort to attract more visitors from abroad, the country has launched a tourism agency to help in this endeavour, which aims to increase visitors from China.
The agency aims to develop an attractive environment for tourists, including the creation of a special attraction that can be enjoyed by both Chinese and French tourists, as well as a natural landscape.
This year, the French Ministry of Tourism has announced that it has set aside an additional $2 million for the initiative.
The French Government has made it clear that it is keen for tourists to be able to enjoy natural scenery in France, and to make the country attractive to Chinese visitors, as long as this does not compromise its national interests.
It is also not a secret that the Chinese government has a very strong anti-Chinese stance, which the French Government is now attempting to change.
According to the French Foreign Ministry, China has a long history of trying to interfere in French affairs.
In recent years, China is also suspected of having been behind several terrorist attacks, including those in the French capital and in the countrys south-east, including a series of explosions in 2015 that killed more than 200 people.
In addition to the Paris attacks, China also sent its agents to carry out attacks in the UK in June 2016, the Canary Wharf attack in July 2016, and the Paris-Nice attack in November 2016.