Emmanuel Macron did not want to miss such a rare opportunity. Both the Pope in Marseilles and the state visit of Charles III were able to go off without a hitch. As a result, in recent days, several communicators of the head of state pushed him to speak to the French. "We must not trivialize this historic week," insisted one of the advisers of the Elysee. "We must capitalize on a return in order," pleaded another, deeming it appropriate to speak to the French.
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It is therefore live from the Elysee, in the newspapers of "20 hours" of TF1 and France 2, that the head of state put into perspective a return started on August 30, by his summit in Saint-Denis with the leaders of the parties. In the midst of the Rugby World Cup, Emmanuel Macron wanted to highlight the international attractiveness of the France. "I would like to congratulate the French," he said. "There are few countries in the world today that can meet concomitant challenges of this nature."
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