Since French President Emmanuel Macron took the office in May 2017, at least 15 ministers have left their posts for issues ranging from corruption allegations to accusations of forging documents.
The French president called on Denmark to show more commitment to the European Union during his official visit to the country, but did not comment on the resignation of his environment minister Nicolas Hulot earlier in the day.
The measures are part of an ambitious plan to help France meet its targets under the Paris climate accord.
The environment ministers will meet in Bologna on Sunday and Monday to discuss climate change, sustainable development and litter at sea.
The government appointments, made as a part of Macron's promise to bridge the right-left divide, included politicians and some who are not.
Subscribe to our Youtube channel for all latest in-depth, on the ground reporting from around the world.
Copyright © 2022 TRT World.