Emmanuel Macron was reappointed as President of France, celebrations at the Eiffel Tower

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has congratulated Emmanuel Macron on his victory. He wrote that "Emmanuel Macron, congratulations to you on your head election as President of France. France is one of our closest and most important allies. I look forward to continuing to work together on issues that are important to me. "Most important to both our countries and the world."

French Election: Emmanuel Macron has been elected President of France for the second consecutive time. According to the media, Emmanuel Macron won by 58.2 percent of the votes. After this victory, Emmanuel Macron will remain president for a second term.


Emmanuel Macron is the first president in 20 years to be elected to a second term. Emmanuel Macron's opposition secured 41.8 percent of the vote. On Emmanuel Macron's victory, his opponent Marine Le Pen admitted his defeat, saying it was a grand victory in itself'.


Five years before this, Macron defeated Le Pen to win the title of becoming the youngest President of France.


British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has congratulated Emmanuel Macron on his victory. He wrote that "Emmanuel Macron, congratulations to you on your head election as President of France. France is one of our closest and most important allies. I look forward to continuing to work together on issues that are important to me." Most important to both our countries and the world."


Emmanuel Macron was congratulated by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi.