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Macron tries to add China to its goal of reviving the fight against climate change

French President proposes new alliance between France and China for the future of the world

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Macron tries to add China to its goal of reviving the fight against climate change

The French president, Emmanuel Macron, tries to add efforts to his goal of reviving fight against global warming. After leading climate summit in Paris last December, where he called for financial world and local authorities to renew efforts to protect environment, Macron has tried to add to China this Monday in "battle for Climate", as stated in A press conference in city of Xian (in center of country) at beginning of a tour of Asian country.

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The leader of French executive has called for an alliance between France and China for "The Future of world," with fundamental aim of relaunching global combat against advancing effects of climate change. For president, US boycott of Paris Accords urges an agreement between two countries to lead a global project on this issue.

Macron also advocated a European collaboration on "New silk routes", colossal Chinese railway and maritime transport project between Pacific and European continent.

In an hour-and-a-quarter speech in former imperial capital, French president promised that he will travel "at least once a year to China" so that relationship between two countries "enters a new era."

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