**Neither a teacher nor a native speaker.**
I will try to help as best I can
If you use being (in a passive sentence), its active version needs the progressive form.
Active: Tom is writing a letter.
Passive: A letter is being written by Tom.
Active: Tom writes a letter.
Passive: A letter is written by Tom.
Let's compare now:
Active Voice: Sally met her friend outside the post company.
Passive Voice: Sally’s friend was
beingmet outside the post company.
Active Voice: Sally was meeting her friend outside the post company.
Passive Voice: Sally’s friend was being met outside the post company.
I hope you can see and understand the difference, when to use being and when not.
However, I must honestly tell you that I cannot say if all your other sentences are fully okay.
The red sentence (with France) sounds very very strange to me.
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