Emanuel Macron and Kamala Harris consider French-American cooperation “critical” |

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Emanuel Macron and Kamala Harris consider French-American cooperation “critical” |

French President Emmanuel Macron and US Vice President Camala Harris today insisted on “critical” cooperation between France and the US ahead of “the beginning of a new era”, two months after the crisis with Australian submarines.

“We agree that we are at the beginning of a new era and that our co-operation is absolutely crucial,” the French president said at the start of a one-and-a-half-hour meeting with Camilla Harris, who arrived in Paris yesterday on a five-day visit. .

Kamala Harris will attend the November 11 events at the Paris Peace Forum and a Libya Summit on Friday.

Her visit is expected to contribute to the completion of the reconciliation between the two countries, which began with the meeting of Emanuel Macron with Joe Biden on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Rome on October 29.

“We had a constructive meeting in Rome a few days ago with President Biden, which paved the way for the coming weeks, months and years,” Macron said at the start of the meeting, which was attended by, among others, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian and Minister for Women and Men Equality Elizabeth Moreno.

“The French are very proud to have you here,” he added.

“I believe, and we share this view, that we are at the beginning of a new era, rich in challenges but also in opportunities,” she said.

“When France and the United States worked together in the past, this was a great success, thanks to our common values ​​and priorities,” he said, adding that the two countries “have a common desire to lead the world in helping other countries.” the tragic season “of the pandemic.

Since her arrival yesterday, Harris has visited the Pasteur Institute where she has met with American and French researchers working on Covid-19.

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