Official statements of the French government and of the spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Digital sector – International conference, “Civil societies, media and public authorities: democracies facing the manipulation of information”
Closing speech by M. Jean-Yves Le Drian, Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs (Paris, 4 April 2018)
France is concerned by the suspension of public freedoms and by the arrests that took place following the declaration of the state of emergency in the Maldives.
United Nations General Assembly – Speech by M. Emmanuel Macron, President of the Republic (New York, 19 September 2017)
United Nations Secretary-General,
Heads of state and government,
It is a privilege to be speaking here before you today and I know who I owe that to. I owe it to all those who, a little over 70 (...)
It is with profound sadness that we heard the devastating consequences of floods and landslides in Sri Lanka.
Read (english) or listen (french) to the 1st official speech of the President-elect of France, M. Emmanuel Macron.
France condemns the cowardly murder, on April 23 in Malé, of Maldivian blogger Yameen Rasheed, a champion of free expression and religious tolerance.
We were deeply shocked to learn of the death of numerous people in the collapse of the garbage dump in Meethotamulla on 14, April 2017.
France extends its condolences to the victims’ families. We extend our support (...)
The spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development has made the following statement on May 19th :
We were extremely shocked to learn of the death of numerous people in the landslides (...)
Border controls: French President François Hollande has decided to immediately reinstate systematic border checks.
These checks are performed at road crossing-points, rail, sea and airports.
Airports continue to (...)
In 2015, France will be hosting and presiding the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP21/CMP11), otherwise known as “Paris 2015” from November (...)
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