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LIVE. Twelve thousand men, and Donald Trump will commemorate the D-Day beaches of Normandy

In total, more than 30,000 people have participated in the various ceremonies for the D-Day commemoration. The above can all live with and follow.

The Us president, when He puts up this morning around 11 am with a visit to the American cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer, in Normandy, in the north of the country. His visit was part of the commemoration of the landing on D-Day, June 6, 1944, Thursday, 75 years ago.

There will be a short speech, just as the French president, Macron.

Both the inside and the outside of the cemetery, which apply to great measures. The cemetery is located next to Omaha Beach, to the north-west of Bayeux. There were Us troops in June 1944.

 

It’s not the first president to visit the cemetery, where 9.380 American soldiers are buried there, said the director of the cemetery, Scott, Desjardins. The first president was Jimmy Carter, in 1978.’ Then it moved, among others, Ronald Reagan, and Barack Obama’s visit to Normandy.

It is expected that 12,000 people will be the remembrance ceremonies on the beaches of Normandy to attend. In total, more than 30,000 people have participated in the various ceremonies at the landing to remember.

On Wednesday, there was already an international ceremony held in the united kingdom to Portsmouth, where several heads of state and heads of government were in attendance. Prime minister Charles Michel, which was, as He and his wife, Melania.

This morning, started the ceremony around 8: 30 am. Well, Theresa May, had been present, It was her last official overseas performance as the British prime minister’s office.

The French-American business relations

Paris is hoping that the visit is an opportunity to have a calm conversation with the Us president. His last visit to France, on the occasion of the one hundredth anniversary of the end of the First world War, and ending another in a series of ferocious tweets from Trump, to the address of the Macron.

The Sofitel is a cautious sense of optimism. “America is our eternal friend”, insists on the entourage of the French president. Well, it sounds that with all of Us-governments, there are differences, disagreements exist’.

In paris, considers that the commemoration of D-Day, and a good chance to make it a joint victory, to celebrate. He and the Macron it will be as a conversation, face-to-face and have a lunch, where they would be on different issues such as: ‘Iran’s business.