Macron to visit London in first foreign trip since February

French President Emmanuel Macron will visit London on Thursday - his first foreign trip since the Covid-19 virus epidemic took hold in France - when he will commemorate the 80th anniversary of Charles de Gaulle's wartime appeal from the British capital calling on the French people to resist German occupation.

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French President Emmanuel Macron is to head to London on June 18th to commemorate the 80th anniversary of former French leader Charles de Gaulle's appeal to the French to resist the Nazi occupation during World War II, reports Radio France Internationale