Paris attacks – messages of support [fr]

Following the horrific attacks which took place in Paris on the 13th of November, the Embassy has received many messages of support, of compassion and of condolences for the victims, their families and loved ones, for Paris, for France and for her people. We thank you all.

In solidarity, we share some of these messages with you.

Moment of memory and remembrance in Wellington, 17 November, Civic Square

Please find here the speech delivered by Mme Florence Jeanblanc-Risler, Ambassador of France to New Zealand, during this moment of memory and remembrance.

Condolences from Room 13, Rutherford Primary School

Flowers placed at the Embassy and the Residence of France

Condolences from Room 11, Northcote Primary School

Nelson Mayor Rachel Reese presents condolences to Commander Alexis Huberdeau aboard the Prairial

Please click HERE to see a video of this moment of support aboard the Prairial.

Condolences from class of Year 10 students, Sacred Heart College, Lower Hutt

Book of Condolence at Auckland Town Hall

Auckland icons

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Victoria Bridge, Hamilton


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Prince’s Gate, Rotorua


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Palmerston North Clock Tower


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Wellington icons

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Fanfare sculpture illuminated in the colours of Le Tricolore


Neil Dawson’s Fanfare, 2004/15, produced by SCAPE Public Art and commissioned by Christchurch City Council, 16/11/2015 illuminated in the colours of Le Tricolore for Paris (Emily Douglas Photography).

Solidarity from Akaroa

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Drawing of support by Timaru Herald Cartoonist


Eichardt’s Hotel, Queenstown


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Dernière modification : 26/09/2016

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