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[화보] 박근혜 대통령은 파리에서 이렇게 지내고 있다

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프랑스를 방문 중인 박근혜 대통령은 3일(현지시간) 프랑수아 올랑드 대통령이 주최한 국빈 만찬에 참석, 불어 건배사를 통해 양국관계 발전을 기원했다.

프랑스 국기인 삼색기를 상징하는 한복을 차려입고 만찬에 참석한 박 대통령은 우선 한국어로 만찬사를 시작하며 양국 관계를 평가했다.

박 대통령은 "130년 전 양국이 수교했을 당시 두 나라는 서로 존재조차 생소했던 머나먼 나라였다"며 "그러나, 지금은 양국은 서로에게 꼭 필요하고 꼭 알맞은 파트너로 최상의 관계로 발전해 나가고 있다"고 말했다.

또한, "뿌리 깊은 두 나라의 문화적 창의적 역량이 양국을 창조경제와 문화융성 실현을 위한 최적의 파트너로 만드는 자산이 되고 있다"며 "프랑스의 자유, 평등, 박애 정신은 우리의 건국이념인 홍익인간 정신과 맥을 같이하고 있다"고 강조했다.

이어 박 대통령은 불어로 축배를 제의하며 만찬사를 마무리했다. 건배주는 프랑스측이 제공한 와인이었다.

박 대통령은 "내일은 한불 수교 130주년 기념일이다. '친구와 와인은 오래될수록 좋다'는 말처럼 두 나라가 우정의 깊이를 더하면서 더욱 아름다운 관계로 발전해 나가기를 나간다"며 "(올랑드) 대통령님의 건강과 프랑스의 무궁한 발전, 그리고 양국의 번영과 영원한 우정을 위해 축배를 제의한다"고 말했다.

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올랑드 대통령은 만찬사에서 "북한이 (한반도) 평화를, 무엇보다 한국 안전을 위협하는 핵실험과 미사일 발사 등 협박과 도발을 일삼는 시기 한국은 프랑스의 전폭적인 지지를 기대하셔도 될 것"이라고 말했다.

올랑드 대통령은 "우리는 안전보장이사회 및 유럽연합이 결의한 제재의 실행 등 단호한 대처를 약속한다"며 "북한의 확인가능하고 돌이킬 수 없는 핵폐기는 절대 우선"이라고 강조했다.

또한, "양국은 방위와 치안 분야에서도 테러, 무기 확산, 사이버범죄, 해적 등 다양한 위협을 퇴치하기 위해 협력 체제를 강화하기로 했다"고 말했다.

앞서 올랑드 대통령은 정상회담 종료 후 가진 공동회견에서 작년 11월 방한 당시 열렸던 만찬을 언급하면서 "몇 달 전 제가 방한했을 때 융숭하게 대접해주셨던 것처럼 저도 융성하게 대접하도록 하겠다"고 말했다.

실제로 이날 국빈만찬은 예정된 시간을 1시간 넘겨 2시간35분 동안 화기애애한 분위기 속에서 진행됐다. 마뉘엘 발스 프랑스 총리는 그리스 방문 등 해외 출장에서 귀국하자마자 만찬에 참석하는 성의를 보이기도 했다.


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