June 26, 2022


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Video. Jubilee of Elizabeth II: Emmanuel Macron’s Tribute to the Queen of England in English

President Emmanuel Macron pays tribute to the Queen of England’s Platinum Ceremony on video. The head of state spoke in English, emphasizing the “unwavering friendship” between the two countries.

Emmanuel Macron on Thursday, June 2 commemorated Queen Elizabeth II’s “Dedication” Platinum Jubilee in support of the “unwavering friendship” between France and the United Kingdom, and expressed her gratitude to this “closest ally”. “You are the golden thread that connects our two countries, you are the source of the friendship between our countries,” the French president wrote in a message to the Sovereign. “You have been a constant presence and source of wisdom for the leaders of our two countries.”

“You are our friend, our close ally, our example in serving others. To celebrate you today is to celebrate the sincere and deep friendship that unites our two countries and your commitment to serve it,” he added.

“Your Majesty, I have the privilege of addressing you on behalf of the French people. My heartfelt congratulations on your Platinum Festival”. “Since your first state visit to France at the end of World War II, your devotion to our alliance and our friendship has endured and helped to foster the confidence that brought freedom and prosperity to our continent,” he said.

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The President particularly praised the commitment of British fighters during this conflict to “the freedom we enjoy today”. “You shared our joy and saw the deep affection and admiration that the people of France have for you,” he greeted, emphasizing “thank you” for the “courage” of the Queen of France. The world is setting its sights on the balcony of Buckingham Palace this Thursday to begin its 70th anniversary celebrations on the throne of Elizabeth II, which is unprecedented in longevity.

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