Emmanuel Macron, the independent candidate for president in France, has met with German leaders, receiving a public endorsement from the leader of the center-left Social Democratic members of the ruling coalition.
French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron promoted closer Franco-German cooperation to strengthen Europe during his visit to Germany on Thursday.
“Today, Europe is again facing great dangers,” Mr. Macron said after meeting Chancellor Angela Merkel of the center-right Christian Democrats and Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel of the center-left Social Democrats.
“We have a shared responsibility that we must take on,” the French presidential candidate said.
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