Speaking just after noon in England, British Prime Minister David Cameron delivered a short but emotional address about the terror attacks in Paris, calling them "horrifying and sickening."
"Our hearts go out to the French people and to all who lost loved ones," said Cameron, adding, "Today, the British and French people stand together, as we have so often before in our history, when confronted by evil."
"My message to the French people: Nous sommes solidaires avec vous. Nous sommes tous. Ensemble. We stand with you. United," Cameron continued, speaking in both French and English.
Cameron's tweet with his message of support and unity has been re-tweeted thousands of times.
My message to the French people: Nous sommes solidaires avec vous. Nous sommes tous ensemble. We are with you. United.— David Cameron (@David_Cameron) November 14, 2015
In addition to declaring England's support for France and the French people, Cameron also warned the British about possible attacks in England.
"We must be prepared for a number of British casualties," he said. "The 'threat level' is already at 'severe' which means an attack is highly likely, and will remain so."
Cameron closed his remarks by sharing a message he intends to give to French President Francois Hollande: "Your pain is our pain. Your fight is our fight. And, together we will defeat these terrorists."
Watch highlights from Cameron's address below.
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