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Post by claud39 on Sat Nov 10, 2018 9:38 am


World War I brings together Macron, Trump and Merkel in Paris today

World War I brings together Macron, Trump and Merkel in Paris today Doc-P-181345-636774403867563104

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Receives French President Emmanuel shifty, on Saturday, his US counterpart , Donald Trump, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, to commemorate the end of World War One. 

US President George W. Bush is expected to arrive at the Elysee square in Paris, where he will meet with his French counterpart, at 10 am, and the two presidents will make brief statements to reporters before holding a private meeting that could be stormy, the AFP news agency reported.
Despite the fact that the meeting was held in commemoration of the end of the First World War, which is supposed to be an occasion for rapprochement, Trump Macaron attacked his arrival in France on Friday night. 

"President Macaron has just proposed that Europe establish its own army to protect itself from the United States, China and Russia," Trump wrote in a tweet on his official Twitter account, while his presidential plane was landing in Paris. 

"It is humiliating but Europe may first have to pay its contribution to NATO, which is heavily funded by the United States," he said. 

The US president refers to McCron's remarks last Tuesday, which called for the creation of a "real European army" to better protect the old continent.

"We can not protect the Europeans if we do not decide to have a real European army," he said. "We must protect ourselves from China, Russia and even the United States." He referred to the US decision to withdraw from a nuclear arms control treaty dating back to the 1980s. 

After the meeting, the wife of US President Melanie Trump will arrive at the Elysee at 11:00 am for the two presidents and their wives to have lunch together at the Elysee. 

Trump will then travel to the American cemetery in Bois Belo, in northern France, while President Macaron of the German chancellor in northern Paris will meet for a symbolic ceremony. 

The ceremony will take place at the Rytond site where it took place in a train carriage, the truce that ended the First World War. The war killed 18 million people. 

The Elysee Palace noted that it was "the first time since 1945"

They will put a wreath of roses and unveil a monument at the foot of the site where it was written (here on November 11, 1918, the criminal vanity of the defeated German empire fell by free peoples who wanted to enslave it) "He said. 

The new text will be less severe. A source close to the organizers said that "on the occasion of the first centennial of the truce signed on 11 November 1918, President Emmanuel Macaron of France and Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany reaffirmed the value of French-German reconciliation in the service of Europe and peace."
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