The attacks in Spain: Patrick Bruel, Marine Lorphelin… The tributes of the French stars to the victims – Gala
In the aftermath of the terrible terrorist attack that struck the city centre of Barcelona, several French personalities went online to make a tribute to the victims of the bombing and their families.
The attack was quick and unexpected. She left behind thirteen dead in the streets of Barcelona, and over a hundred injured. While Spain licks its wounds in the aftermath of the terrorist attack that has struck one of its the most vibrant cities, several French personalities are rendered on the Canvas in order to share their emotion and make tributes to the too many victims and their families.
The political world has of course been the first to react to the terrible news received from the other side of the Pyrenees, Emmanuel Macron in the head. In Spanish as in French, the head of State expressed his solidarity with the victims and recalled, in a third message, the heavy toll paid by France in this attack. At this time, twenty-six French indeed seem to have been injured during the attack. The president of the Republic was soon imitated by Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Benoît Hamon and Alain Juppé. The mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, announced yesterday that the Eiffel tower would be turned off at 00h45, in the night from Thursday to Friday, in tribute to the victims.
Become world famous for the quality of its football team, Barcelona has logically received the support of many French athletes of high level. Lucas Digne and Samuel Umtiti, who are both moving to FC Barcelona, have had a thought moved to the city, while their former team-mate Eric Abidal has joined the meditation online. Even the sound of a bell from Antoine Griezmann, attacking a large rival to Barca but united in pain with his counterparts in catalonia. In France, the clubs of PSG, OM, or even OGC Nice have all had a thought for the inhabitants of Barcelona.
A tribute generalized, therefore, in which also participated several artists. Then that Patrick Bruel had a thought stirred in French as in Spanish, two ex-miss France, Marine Lorphelin and Flora Coquerel joined him. A strong emotion also relayed by several journalists. And Thomas Sotto, Daphne Burki and Christiophe Beaugrand are only a part of the representatives of the media have shared their emotion to the announcement of the drama. In the Face of horror, France, front and provides unstinting support to its neighbor to the south.
All my thoughts and solidarity of France to the victims of the tragic attack in #Barcelona. We remain united and determined.
— Emmanuel Macron (@EmmanuelMacron) August 17, 2017
France pays a heavy toll in this terrible attack in #Barcelona. Full support to the victims, their families and their loved ones.
— Emmanuel Macron (@EmmanuelMacron) August 18, 2017
#Paris off @LaTourEiffel from 00h45 this evening, in tribute to the victims of the terrorist attack in #Barcelona. #SomBarcelona#SomosBarcelona
— Anne Hidalgo (@Anne_Hidalgo) August 17, 2017
My thoughts are with the families of the victims to Barcelona… ❤️
— Patrick Bruel (@PatrickBruelOff) August 17, 2017
— Antoine Griezmann (@AntoGriezmann) August 17, 2017
Once again the savagery of terrorist strikes aveuglément.De any heart with our Spanish friends, with the tourists in the test.
— Alain Juppé (@alainjuppe) August 17, 2017
Toda la fuerza para las victimas , sus familiares y los ciudadanos de #barcelona .
PRAY FOR BARCELONA
— Eric Abidal (@EAbidalOfficial) August 17, 2017
Our minds may be in Ljubljana for tonight’s #UEL game – but our hearts are with Barcelona. The thoughts of all at OM are with the victims pic.twitter.com/5I59LXzdgn
— Olympique Marseille (@OM_English) August 17, 2017
The@ogc nice is again in shock after the bombing of Barcelona. The club address its support to the victims and their loved ones.
— OGC Nice (@ogc nice) August 17, 2017
In this tragic day, our thoughts are with the victims, their families, and our friends in barcelona. We are with you. #Barcelona
— PSG Officiel (@PSG_inside) August 17, 2017
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