France urges for continuing Israel-Palestine peace talks

France urges for continuing Israel-Palestine peace talks

France urges for continuing Israel-Palestine peace talks

Netanyahu hailed the "special heroism" of the French resistance to the Nazis, praising the "noble French citizens who at great risk to their own lives" saved thousands more Jews from perishing in the death camps where at least 6-million died between 1941 and 1945.

Netanyahu said that although the agreement seeks to keep Iran 12 miles from the Israeli border, it does not deal with Teheran's plans to further entrench its presence in Syria, including the establishment of both a naval and air force base.

"Antisemitism did not die with Vichy", Mr Macron said. "Barbarity is here on the street corner", he said, apparently referring to attacks on Jews by young men of immigrant origin. They were detained for four days in awful conditions in the Vélodrome d'Hiver (Vél d'Hiv), a stadium originally built for cycling races, before being deported to Auschwitz.

French President Emmanuel Macron and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held an official meeting at the Élysée Palace.

The French government trimmed the 2017 defense budget to ensure France meets its commitment to bring its budget deficit below the European Union cap of 3 percent of national income in 2017.

"We will never surrender to the messages of hate; we will not surrender to anti-Zionism because it is a reinvention of anti-Semitism", Macron said an event in Paris marking the mass deportation of French Jews during World War II. He said "not a single German" was directly involved, but French police collaborating with the Nazis.

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Ending decades of equivocation, President Jacques Chirac formally admitted France's collective responsibility for wartime crimes, declaring in 1995: "the criminal folly of the occupiers was seconded by the French, by the French state". Fewer than 100 survived. "It seems the values of the French revolution - equality, fraternity, liberty - was crushed brutally under the boot of anti-Semitism", Mr Netanyahu told an audience in Paris, which included Jewish groups and Holocaust survivors. "They try to destroy us, but also they try to destroy you".

Netanyahu thanked also the French President for hosting him in this tragic anniversary and stressed the deep and old friendship between the French and Israeli states.

French President Emmanuel Macron calls for new peace talks and a two-state solution for Israel and Palestine.

He also spoke about the murder of Sarah Halimi, a Jewish woman killed last April. The Jewish community must know that we, the veterans, did not abandon them.

Mr Macron called it a "natural gesture" to invite Netanyahu.

Macron addressed Netanyahu with his nickname "Bibi" at the start of his speech at the commemoration ceremony.

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