Emmanuel Macron: “Nothing will ever separate us” from the United States
Emmanuel Macron Alongside his American counterpart Donald Trump, French President Emmanuel Macron addressed the nation on Friday at the end of the 14-July parade, in the colors of the United States to celebrate their entry into the First World War. A hundred years ago.
Franco-American friendship reaffirmed.
Emmanuel Macron stressed on Friday that “nothing” will “never” separate France from the United States, in a brief solemn speech delivered alongside US President Donald Trump from the presidential rostrum, at the end of the parade on 14 – July.
France has found in its history “safe allies, friends who have come to our rescue. The United States of America is one of them, that’s why nothing will ever separate,” said the head of The state alongside the US presidential couple.
“The presence today of the President of the United States, Mr. Donald Trump, and his wife, is a sign of a friendship that is going through time, and I want to thank them here, to thank the States -United States for the choice made a hundred years ago “when the United States entered the war in 1917.
Previously, the military parade of 14 July had largely honored the United States. The “Sammies” – the name of the soldiers of Uncle Sam engaged in the First World War – opened the march of the parade.
Celebration of the values of the Republic
“In this 14th of July, we celebrate France, celebrating what unites us: the absolute taste for independence we call freedom, the ambition to give everyone a chance called equality, No one on the road that is called fraternity, “he declined. According to Emmanuel Macron, “the history of France does not begin on 14 July 1789, but on that day the people showed what ideals they wanted to follow.”
“I wish all Frenchmen, all Frenchmen, all those who have chosen France and all those who love it, a serene and joyful national holiday”, concluded the President of the Republic who was then to go In Nice to pay tribute to the 86 deaths and hundreds of wounded of the attack committed one year ago to day.