France’s Macron vows to take new measures to fight terrorism

French President Emmanuel Macron condemned the “Islamist terrorist attack” in Nice and vowed to take new measures to fight terrorism.

“Tomorrow there will be a Defence Council (meeting), in which new measures will be taken,” announced Macron when visiting Nice where a knife attacker killed three people at Notre-Dame basilica early Thursday morning, Xinhua news agency reported.

Soldiers will be deployed to protect key sites, including places of worship and schools, he said.