Macron arrived in Tel Aviv to express France’s “full solidarity” with Israel after the Hamas terrorist attack
The French president, Emmanuel Macronarrived this Tuesday at Tel Aviv to express his country’s “full solidarity” with Israel following the deadly October 7 attacks perpetrated by the Palestinian militant group Hamas, according to the agency. AFP.
His visit comes more than two weeks after militants from Hamas stormed into Israel from the Gaza Strip and killed at least 1,400 people, mostly civilians who were shot, maimed or burned on the first day of the raid, according to Israeli officials.
Among the victims were 30 French citizens.
Macron was scheduled to meet with the Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahuto express France’s “full solidarity” with Israel after that attack, according to the French presidency.
He is also expected to call for the “preservation of the civilian population” in Gaza, as he prepares for a ground invasion of the overcrowded Palestinian enclave.