President Donald Trump, on Thursday, discussed various issues related to the world with his French counterpart, Emanuel Macron.

French Head of the State, Emanuel Macron quoted that it was right to set aside the climate issue and discuss other matters. Mr. Macron also added that he 'respected' Trump's decision to draw out from the Paris Climate Agreement. He also added that on the climate issue, both countries have different opinions.

During the talk, the American President, without much detailing, pointed that there might be some shifts in the climatic agreement in future.

Mr. Trump stated that something could happen with respect to the Paris accord.

The two leaders conversed about the terrorist concerns and ceasefire in Syria. Mr. Emanuel Macron thanked Mr. Trump for the extreme involvement of US military in the Iraq war. Mr. Macron also affirmed to take several robust initiatives and help in the generation of stability in the region.

They also talked on how they can collaborate in a better way for strengthening their relationships in the area of trade partnerships.

More on the visit

Earlier on Thursday, US President along with the first lady, Melania Trump landed at Orly airport in Paris to rejuvenate the American-French historic ties.

Mr. Trump received a grand welcome from the French President with an official ceremony from the military.

After the ceremony at Hotel des Invalides, Mr. Trump along with Mr. Macron also visited the tomb of Napoleon.

On Friday, both the leaders will dine at the Eiffel Tower and watch the parade of Bastille Day on the Champs-Élysées.This year marks the centennial year of American forces entering World War One, and for this ceremony, both US and French troops will be marching jointly in the parade.

The Paris Climate Agreement

Paris climate agreement is an agreement within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the climate accord deals with greenhouse gas emissions and its mitigation, adaptation, and finance started in the year 2020.Representatives of 196 parties negotiated the language of the deal at the 21st Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC in Paris.

The Concord was adopted by the nations on Dec 12, 2015. The Paris accord has been in effect from Nov 4, 2016, and it has 153 members of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) as of June 2017. According to the Paris Climate Deal, each country needs to determine, plan and routinely report it's contribution made to reduce global warming.