A memorial plaque memory of one of the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris in November 2015
The French government condemned the statements of the US President Donald Trump, concerning the series of the terrorist attacks in Paris in November 2015. As stated on Saturday, may 5, the representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of France, the French authorities condemn trump’s words and require "respect for the memory of the victims". According to the statements of foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, the statistics of violence with a weapon "compels us to reconsider the choice of France on this question". "Free distribution of weapons in the society is not a step against the terrorist attacks, on the contrary, it can understand attacks such"- he also said Le Drian.
The day before the trump, during a speech before the American gun lobbyists, it was said that the number of the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris would not be so high if opened return fire. "In Paris, there was a great number of people who were terribly, terribly injured"- said trump. According to him, criminals "had time left and killed one by one".
In a series of terrorist attacks in Paris by militants of the organization "Islamic state" 13, 2015 – several explosions near the stadium "Stade de France", hostage-taking in the concert hall, 130 people, more than 350 were injured.
The Paris tragedy