French President Emmanuel Macron celebrated the strength and endurance of the multilateral bonds forged between World War II allies in two speeches marking the 75th anniversary of the invasion of Normandy. Speaking at a ceremony honoring the contribution of Allied soldiers during the D-Day landing and the battle to liberate France, Macron thanked allies for their wartime efforts and focused on the importance of the international alliances that arose from the horrors of war. “The United States of America is never greater than when it is fighting for the freedom of others,” he told Americans gathered at the service overlooking Omaha Beach. He thanked the US for helping to save Europe from the grip of Nazi Germany, saying France must continue to work to be worthy of the sacrifice. “We must never forget to keep alive the alliance of free people,” Macron said, adding that’s what the victors did after the war by creating the United Nations. “It’s what the US did in setting up the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, NATO. It’s what, a few years later, the leaders of this continent did by bringing about the European Union. “This promise of Normandy, we must find its essence once again to seize… Read full this story
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