French President Emmanuel Macron stated in a Tuesday press conference that he is “delighted” to meet with President Donald Trump in Paris July 14, even in the wake of previous political disagreements.
Despite conflicting views on climate change, Macron said that he believes there is a lot of common ground between the two countries in response to combating terrorism. “There are many issues we work together on, the fight against terrorism, the crisis in Syria and Libya, and many other issues of common interest,” he said.
“I will see Donald Trump in a few days in Paris, and I am delighted, President Trump and I will discuss policy issues, including our disagreements,” Macron told the press.
Trump withdrew from the Paris Climate Agreement June 1, at which time Macron called upon all scientists and researchers “to work together on concrete solutions for our climate, our environment,” adding that “France will not give up the fight.”
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