King of England Charles III first makes an official visit to France

The king of England Charles III for the first time after joining the throne makes an official visit to France.

The King Camille, who arrived in the capital of France, who arrived in the capital of France as part of a state visit, King Charles III was met by France Prime Minister Elizabeth Born at Orley Airport.

At the triumphal arch on the Champs Elysees, the most famous street of Paris, King Charles III and his wife Camilla were met by French President Emmanuel Macron, his wife Brigitte Macron and Minister of Defense of France Sebastien Lecorn.

After the execution of the state anthem of the two countries, King Charles III and Macron laid a wreath to the “grave of an unknown soldier.”

After the ceremony, King Charles III and Macron for a bilateral meeting in the same car went to the Champs Elysees.

The king of England and the president of France will discuss the issues of climate, biodiversity, artificial intelligence, as well as the situation in Sachel and Ukraine.

After the meeting, King Charles III will take part in the official dinner, which Macron will suit a high guest in the Versailles Palace.

As part of a 3-day visit to France, King Charles III will perform in the Senate-the upper wing of the French parliament, and then visit the Notre Dame Cathedral, where restoration work is currently underway.

On September 22, the King of England Charles III will move to Bordeaux in the south of the country and will meet there with the French and British military personnel.

Recall that the visit of King Charles III planned on March 26-29 to France was postponed in connection with the protests that had intensified at that time in the country.

Last time, King Charles III visited France in 2019 before the accession to the throne.