Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, along with about 60 heads of state and government will travel to Paris on November 11 to celebrate the 100th anniversary from the end of the First World War.
According to a Le Figaro/AFP article entitled “November 11: 60 Leaders in Paris for the celebrations”, says more than 60 Heads of State and Government, including Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, will be attending the commemorative event on the eve of an extremely symbolic ceremony in the presence of Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel at the place where the truce was signed.
French President Emmanuel Macron will hold a “memory tour” from 4 to 9 November in areas where battles took place during the First World War in France, the presidential office announced on Thursday.
These celebrations are “an opportunity to remember that France still holds a special place in the family of nations,” the presidency said. Mr Macron will speak at the Arc de Triomphe on Sunday 11 November. All these leaders will then be invited to a Peace Forum, which will be officially opened by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and aspires to become an annual meeting in Paris to promote a “re-established, revised multilateralism”.
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