The presidents answered journalists ‘ questions.
On Thursday, a personal meeting of US President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron took place. It Donald trump stressed the strength of the US-French allied relations. In turn, Emmanuel macron called for new negotiations with Iran, which will help reduce tensions in the Middle East.
According to Macron, both France and the United States seek to prevent the emergence of nuclear weapons in Iran and to achieve this goal, new international negotiations are needed.
Trump, accusing Tehran of “promoting terrorism” throughout the Middle East, said that Iran is failing as a state after the introduction of tough sanctions by the United States, but noted that he was ready to negotiate with the Iranians.
Trump also said that he intends to take a decision on the introduction of additional duties on Chinese goods after the G20 summit, which will be held in late June in Japan. It is planned that on the sidelines of the summit Trump will meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Donald Trump arrived in the city of Caen in northwestern France to pay tribute to the soldiers of the allied armies, who 75 years ago took part in the landing in Normandy – the largest amphibious operation in history, which helped to turn the tide of World War II.