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Celebrating European solidarity

25 June 2020Celebrating European solidarity Countries that admitted patients into their hospitals during the Covid-19 health crisis will be invited to specially attend the Bastille Day ceremony this coming 14 July. TweeterPartagerEnvoyer Austria, Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland will play a symbolic part in the forthcoming Bastille Day ceremony on 14 July, as a sign of France’s gratitude for their support in providing hospital care to patients during the Covid-19 health crisis.

They will be represented in the ground display by their flags. A German A400M aircraft will also be included in the aerial display. The ceremony at a glance 2,195 participants on the ground, 37 formations represented on the ground, 52 aircraft including 3 foreign planes along with 20 helicopters, 60 cavalrymen of the Republican Guard, 5 military music performances, Duration: around 75 minutes (march-past, ceremony and displays), 3 thematic events: Charles De Gaulle, music of the French Foreign Legion and tribute to those who have been actively fighting the coronavirus, 2 flypasts by the French Air Force Aerobatic Team (for the initial exercise and the closing exercise).
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