Ukrainian businessman and broadcaster responded to the comment of political analyst Taras Berezovets regarding the fire in the Cathedral of Notre Dame
Video Palchevskogo reported on their pages in social networks.
“The night was marked by the fact that all over the world have started to collect money for repairs, and Ukrainian… I will not name him, said that it is a pity that after a visit Zelensky burned only Notre Dame, it would be more Elysee Palace. Responded the Ambassador of France. All this mess and rudeness, to which we are accustomed, has already become international,” – said Palchevskogo.
Note, Taras Berestovets in his Twitter, he wrote:
“Macron is very fortunate that after coming Zelensky burned only the Notre Dame Cathedral. But could the Elysee Palace to flash”.
This statement immediately caused a reaction in the network. Even the Ambassador of France in Ukraine Isabelle Dumont publication has not left indifferent:
“Aren’t you ashamed? Shame!” – she wrote.
We will remind, the fire in the Cathedral of Notre Dame occurred on the evening of April 15. Due to a fire, according to preliminary data, occurred in the course of restoration works, the collapsed spire and roof of the Cathedral. Open fire in the building lasted more than nine hours. Firefighters managed to save the frame of Notre Dame, and stored in this relic. From the fire scene, the journalists reported that some of the Windows exploded during the fire, but most rose du MIDI overlooking the Seine, a masterpiece of the XIII century, it seems to be.
The old 850-year old Notre Dame Cathedral is one of the symbols of the French capital, and also included in the list of world heritage of UNESCO.
Cathedral is located in the Eastern part of the Ile de La Cité, in the fourth municipal district, on the site of the first Christian Church in Paris – St. Stephen’s Basilica, built, in turn, on the foundations of a Gallo-Roman temple of Jupiter. The Gothic Cathedral was built on the initiative of the Paris Bishop Maurice de Sully during the period 1163-1345 years.