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"Very bad for US,this will change" German Chancellor Angela Merkel had made waves in Berlin on Sunday warning that the United States and Britain may no longer be completely reliable partners "Transatlantic ties are of paramount importance to us. but the current situation gives more reasons for. us to take our destiny in our own hands" she said stressing that "Europe must become a player active in international affairs" German foreign minister Sigmar Gabriel was blunter on Monday slamming the US president’s "short-sighted" policies that have "weakened the West" and hurt European interests During his trip Trump rejected pressure from G7 allies to commit to abiding by the 2015 Paris climate accord and berated 23 of NATO’s 28 members – including Germany – for "still not paying what they should be paying" toward the funding of the alliance Weakening the West Days earlier in Saudi Arabia Trump had presided over the single largest US arms deal in American history worth $110 billion over the next decade – including ships tanks and anti-missile systems Gabriel said on Monday that "anyone who accelerates climate change by weakening environmental protection who sells more weapons in conflict zones and who does not want to politically resolve religious conflicts is putting peace in Europe at risk" "The short-sighted policies of the American government stand against the interests of the European Union" he added judging that "the West has become smaller at least it has become weaker" Germany’s harsh words for Washington traditionally a close ally were highly unusual and came as relations have grown increasingly tenuous Merkel on Tuesday repeated her call for Europe to take control of its own destiny but also dismissed any talk that Germany is shifting away from its old ally and pivoting East Threatening retaliation Trump launched a salvo against German car exports to the United States last week saying that "the Germans are bad very bad" during a meeting with senior European officials in Brussels the German weekly Der Spiegel reported He had begun attacking Germany and Merkel during his election campaign last year In keeping with his nationalist economic agenda he hit out in particular at Germany’s substantial trade surplus with the US threatening to introduce customs duties in retaliation After a frosty meeting with Merkel in Washington in March – which he initially described as "great" – he launched a diatribe the following day accusing Germany of owing "vast sums of money" to NATO and the United States For her part Merkel had called on Trump after his election to uphold the values of Western democracy following a divisive presidential campaign Algeria to grant legal status to African migrants amid worker shortages racism | Reuters World Reuters Jul 04 2017 00:00:07 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Jul 04 2017 00:00 AM | Updated Date: Jul 04 2017 00:00 AM Tags : #Reuters Also See Pro-European centrist Emmanuel Macron resoundingly won France’s landmark presidential election first estimates showed on Sunday heading off a fierce challenge from the Far Right in a pivotal vote for the future of the divided country and Europe The victory caps an extraordinary rise for the 39-year-old former investment banker who will become the country’s youngest-ever leader He has promised to heal a fractured and demoralised country after a vicious campaign that has exposed deep economic and social divisions as well as tensions around identity and immigration Initial estimates showed Macron winning between 655 percent and 661 percent of ballots ahead of Le Pen on between 339 percent and 345 percent Unknown three years ago Macron is now poised to become one of Europe’s most powerful leaders bringing with him a hugely ambitious agenda of political and economic reform for France and the European Union The result will resonate worldwide and particularly in Brussels and Berlin where leaders will breathe a sigh of relief that Le Pen’s anti-EU anti-globalisation programme has been defeated India Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated Macron adn said that he looks forward to working with him Congratulations to @EmmanuelMacron for an emphatic victory in the French Presidential election #Presidentielle2017 — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 8 2017 I look forward to working closely with President-elect @EmmanuelMacron to further strengthen India-France ties — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 8 2017 France Outgoing French President Francois Hollande "warmly congratulated" his successor Emmanuel Macron on his victory in today’s election the president’s office said "I called Emmanuel Macron this evening to warmly congratulate him on his election to the presidency" Hollande was quoted as saying in a statement Marine Le Pen said she had called Macron to wish him success "I called Mr Macron to congratulate him on his election and because I have the country’s higher interest at heart I wished him success faced with the huge challenges France is facing" she told supporters at a post-election FN gathering in Vincennes near Paris Germany German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s spokesman welcomed Emmanuel Macron’s resounding win in France’s presidential election today as a "victory for a strong and united Europe" "Congratulations Emmanuel Macron Your victory is a victory for a strong and united Europe and for French-German friendship" wrote Steffen Seibert in French and German on Twitter Herzlichen Glückwunsch @EmmanuelMacron Ihr Sieg ist ein Sieg für ein starkes geeintes Europa + für die deutsch-franzsische Freundschaft — Steffen Seibert (@RegSprecher) May 7 2017 Félicitations @EmmanuelMacron Votre victoire est une victoire pour une Europe forte et unie et pour l’amitié franco-allemande — Steffen Seibert (@RegSprecher) May 7 2017 Separately German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel hailed Macron’s win for keeping France "at the heart of Europe" "Liberte Egalite Fraternite France chose that today The great nation was is and remains in the middle and at the heart of Europe" wrote Gabriel on Twitter using France’s national slogan which means "liberty equality fraternity" Liberté Egalité Fraternité Das hat #Frankreich heute gewhlt Die Grande Nation war ist und bleibt in der Mitte und im Herzen Europas — Sigmar Gabriel (@sigmargabriel) May 7 2017 Merkel and her government had thrown their support behind Macron against Far Right and anti-EU challenger Marine Le Pen United States The US President Donald Trump congratulated Emmanuel Macron on his victory in the French presidential elections and said he looks forward to working with him Congratulations to Emmanuel Macron on his big win today as the next President of France I look very much forward to working with him — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 7 2017 The White House later issued a statement congratulating Macron "We congratulate President-elect Macron and the people of France on their successful presidential election" White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said "We look forward to working with the new President and continuing our close cooperation with the French government" Spicer said in a statement US lawmakers joined the White House in congratulating Macron "The French people have chosen hope over fear chosen to look forward rather than backward They have rejected the kind of divisive campaigning assisted by fake news and Russian hacks that propelled Donald Trump into office in our count" said House Democratic Whip Steny H Hoyer "They have struck a blow for inclusive tolerant democracy against the tide of extremism and xenophobia I look forward to supporting President-elect Macron’s efforts to preserve the European Union and to strengthen the liberal international order that has brought security to the United States France our NATO partners and our other allies since the end of the Second World War" Hoyer said Senator Ben Cardin ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee applauded the French people’s rejection of isolationism and embrace of a Europe — whole free and at peace Canada Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau congratulated Emmanuel Macron on winning France’s presidential election "I look forward to working closely with President-elect Macron in the years ahead as we work together on a progressive agenda to promote international security increase collaboration in science and technology and create good middle class jobs on both sides of the Atlantic" he said in a statement on Sunday French President-elect Emmanuel Macron gestures during a victory celebration outside the Louvre museum in Paris on Sunday AP "This also includes implementing the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement" "Canada and France share a warm and historic relationship rooted in our common history deep cultural ties people-to-people connections and strong economic partnership" Trudeau added He pledged more cooperation on issues such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization G7 G20 and La Francophonie the international organization of French-speaking countries United Kingdom British Prime Minister Theresa May "warmly" congratulated France’s Emmanuel Macron after estimates showed he had won the country’s presidential race Downing Street said "The Prime Minister warmly congratulates President-elect Macron on his election success "France is one of our closest allies and we look forward to working with the new President on a wide range of shared priorities" a Downing Street spokesman said in a statement The British prime minister discussed Brexit with French president-elect Emmanuel Macron following his election victory on Sunday her Downing Street office said London Mayor Sadiq Khan celebrated the results on Twitter: The French people have chosen hope over fear and unity over division Congratulations @EmmanuelMacron #FrenchElection pictwittercom/zSNRaEdPRE — Sadiq Khan (@SadiqKhan) May 7 2017 Macron in February took his election campaign to London — home to the majority of an estimated 300000-plus French citizens in Britain — where he urged them to bring their talents home to France European Union European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker took to Twitter to congratulate the Centrist leader Félicitations @EmmanuelMacron Heureux que les Franais aient choisi un avenir européen Ensemble pour une #Europe plus forte et plus juste pictwittercom/GWlxKYs4hL — Jean-Claude Juncker (@JunckerEU) May 7 2017 EU Council President Donald Tusk also offered his congratulations saying the French had chosen "liberty equality and fraternity" and "said no to the tyranny of fake news" European Parliament President Antonio Tajani told AFP: "We have received a vote of confidence from France in the European Union" Greece Prime Minister Alexis Tspiras said Macron’s victory was "an inspiration for France and for Europe" adding he was "sure we will work closely together" Spain Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy congratulated Macron on Twitter Enhorabuena a @EmmanuelMacron nuevo presidente de #Francia Trabajemos Francia y Espaa por una Europa estable próspera y más integrada MR — Mariano Rajoy Brey (@marianorajoy) May 7 2017 Ireland "I am delighted that a leader with a positive ambition for Europe has won this election" said Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny "There’s lots of work ahead for all of us in Europe in a challenging environment not least on Brexit" Sweden "This is a victory for the French people and for European cooperation New opportunities will now open up for the proactive agenda needed to strengthen the EU including more jobs and fair working conditions a stronger climate policy and a functioning asylum system in which everyone takes responsibility" said Prime Minister Stefan Lofven Other reactions Hillary Clinton Defeated US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton who like Macron had her campaign hacked tweeted: Victory for Macron for France the EU & the world Defeat to those interfering w/democracy (But the media says I can’t talk about that) — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) May 7 2017 Brazil "I congratulate @EmmanuelMacron on his victory in the French presidential election Brazil and France will continue to work together for democracy human rights development integration and peace" tweeted President Michel Temer Felicito @EmmanuelMacron pela vitória nas elei?t have is middle ground. 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