In a televised interviw, the president of France Emmanuel Macro ruled out any further talks after President Donald Trump withdrew the US from the Paris agreement on climate change. Macron said the move was a mistake.
Speaking in French and English, macro called on scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and anyone who is disappointed by the decision of Trump to consider France a “second homeland” and added:
“I call them to come and work here with us.”
“The Paris Agreement remains unchanged and will be implemented not only from France but also from all other countries. We will succeed because we are fully posseteni because where we live, who we are, he all share a common responsibility: to make it great again our planet, “said Macro.
Over 100 world leaders, as well as non-governmental organizations, banks and mayors, should take part in the summit on 12 December.
“The United States, in a way, has a special status at the summit. There is still an opportunity to be invited, but at a lower level than the president, “Macron cabinet said.
Trump withdrew the United States from this deal in June this year, until a better deal is reached.
“Only those leaders who are particularly committed to the implementation of the Paris Agreement are invited to the summit,” the cabinet explained.