1. French President Francois Hollande arriving to make speech, ambassadors and diplomats applauding
2. Pan of chandeliers on ceiling
3. SOUNDBITE (French) Francois Hollande, French President:
"No matter our opinions, no matter our disagreements, we have proved the unity of the international community to face a common enemy, which has a name, and that we have to name: terrorism. We are at war against it. It is not a war against a religion. It is a war against hatred. The attacks committed in Paris are an insult to Islam. And in the world, it is the Muslims - I keep on repeating it - who are the first victims of terrorism. Not, alas, the only ones."
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5. SOUNDBITE (French) Francois Hollande, French President:
"But this strength, the strength of the French people, will be put into service in the fight against terrorism, which will be reinforced, in the respect of law. France is emerging from this ordeal with its determination intact to act at an international level. We are not conceding anything. We are not sensitive to any pressure, no matter where it comes from. We are not afraid."
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7. SOUNDBITE (French) Francois Hollande, French President (on Iran's nuclear programme):
"France wants a final agreement - but not under any conditions - with a clear approach: Yes, that Iran can access civil nuclear energy; No, to its access to nuclear weapons. We won't compromise on that principle. We want an agreement but an agreement that leads to this result."
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9. SOUNDBITE (French) Francois Hollande, French President (on the conflict in Ukraine):
"There will be a meeting in (the Kazakh capital) Astana but only if there are results. We have several goals. First the demarcation of the boundary line, the withdrawal of heavy weapons, modalities, to deliver humanitarian aid in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, and then allowing elections in eastern Ukraine in accordance with Ukrainian law. These conditions are not unattainable and we must work on this. That is what I do, in great harmony, with the (German) Chancellor (Angela Merkel)."
10. Hollande leaving stage and greeting ambassadors and diplomats
French President Francois Hollande said on Friday that France is "at war" against extremist groups.
Addressing ambassadors and diplomats in Paris, Hollande said: "It is not a war against a religion. It is a war against hatred."
French, German and Belgian police arrested more than two dozen suspects in a series of raids on Friday, as European authorities rushed to thwart more attacks by people with links to Islamic extremists in the Middle East.
Paris is at its highest terror alert level, and police evacuated the Gare de l'Est train station after a bomb threat on Friday morning.
Twenty people, including the three gunmen, were killed last week in attacks on a kosher supermarket, the offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and police officers.
"The attacks committed in Paris are an insult to Islam," said Hollande.
"It is the Muslims - I keep on repeating it - who are the first victims of terrorism," he added.
Hollande also addressed Iran's nuclear programme and the ongoing clashes in eastern Ukraine.
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