French President Emmanuel Macron promised that France would rebuild the fire-destructed Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral, claiming he expected the reconstruction work would be done within five years and the French people would cooperate for potential repairing of their national symbol.
French President Emmanuel Macron presented a brief prime-time broadcasting address on the ruinous conflagration in the heart of the capital, again suspending the programmed remarks on his reply to months of anti-government protests. French President Emmanuel told, “we will rebuild Notre-Dame even more beautiful and I want it to be completed in five years, we can do it ”.
He also added, “ it is up to us to convert this disaster into an opportunity to come together, having deeply reflected on what we have been and what we have to be and become better than we are. It is up to us to find the thread of our national project.”
French President, who had canceled a speech planned on the reaction to the “yellow vest protests”.
He took a tour of the site of the fire on late Monday and pledged then for the potential reconstruction of the cathedral, which reflects the French heritage since the 12th century.
The spire of the cathedral was ruined in destructive fire and its roof perforating bell towers were still standing and many valuable parts engraved with artworks were retrieving from the blaze by the continuous efforts by 400 firemen who worked to extinguish the blaze and finally quenched the fire after 14 hours of it’s starting.
As the city and the country mourned for a dominant national symbol, billionaires, companies and the local authorities were quick to offer donations. After 24 hours of the start of the fire, more than 750 million euros had been sent, along with 500 million from the billionaire families which own giant luxury goods empires of Frances: curbing, LVMH, and L’Oreal.
French public prosecutor, Remy Hetiz told there was no distinct indication about the fire was detected. Almost fifty people were working on what would be a long and complex investigation according to the officials.
The fire rapidly wrenched the oak made roof supports, where the workman had been implemented substantial renovations to protect the timber-framed supports of the cathedral spire. Police started an investigation by asking the workers, claimed by the workers.