President Macron pays visit to UK embassy after Manchester bombing

Following the suicide bomb attack in Manchester on Monday night, French President Emmanuel Macron, who spoke with British Prime Minister Theresa May this morning when he promised France's full cooperation in anti-terrorist intelligence, visited the British embassy in Paris, accompanied by Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and interior minister Gérard Collomb, where he signed a book of condoleances.

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French President Emmanuel Macron walked to the British Embassy to offer support to the ambassador there, and pledged to improve intelligence coordination in Europe, reports WRDW.