King Charles III emphasized the importance of relations between the UK and France on the second day of his state visit to France. Both countries will work for Ukraine's victory. He said this in a statement to Reuters.
During his state visit to France, the King emphasized the importance of relations between the two countries and their joint responsibility to Ukraine.
Addressing French lawmakers, he emphasized that both countries share a common responsibility for Ukraine, calling for the continuation of the "Entente cordiale" of the beginning of the 20th century, which smoothed diplomatic relations between European states.
King Charles received a standing ovation after his speech, the first by a British monarch to address both houses of the French parliament. Charles spoke in flawless French, switching to English only in short parts of the speech.
The King concluded his speech by speaking of the endless possibilities for cooperation between the two countries and the need to preserve "cordiality" for future generations.