Europe breathes. Minutes after Emmanuel Macron’s re-election was announced this Sunday, 24 April, many European leaders hailed his victory against Marine Le Pen, hostile to the European Union.
Thus the leaders of the European Union first congratulated the re-elected president: the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, who represents the member states, sent him a “Hearty congratulations”. “In this turbulent period, we need a solid Europe and a France that is fully committed to a more sovereign and more strategic EU”Glad to be able to, he tweeted “Trust in France for five more years”.
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“I look forward to continuing our excellent cooperation. Together we will move France and Europe forward.The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, minutes before Emmanuel Macron arrived at the Champ-de-Mars, where he delivered his victory speech accompanied by the European anthem.
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Across the Channel, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said to himself – in French – “happy to continue working” With Emmanuel Macron, insisting that France is one of the allies ” the nearest ” From United Kingdom.
“A strong signal in favor of Europe”
“Congratulations dear President @EmmanuelMacron”German Social Democratic leader Olaf Scholz tweeted: “Your voters have sent a strong signal in favor of Europe today. I look forward to continuing our good cooperation! »
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“Good News for Europe” For Mario Draghi, head of the Italian government, Irish Prime Minister Michael Martin who underlines “Dynamic and systematic leadership” of macros, “Democracy wins. Europe wins » In a tweet, for the socialist Prime Minister of Spain Pedro Sanchez… Norway, Sweden, Finland, Belgium… Greetings were received from many European countries.
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