Paris officials are meeting after the riots in the city

© RIA Novosti / Irina to Kalashnikova in photomontage protest of motorists yellow jackets in Paris. 1 December 2018Paris officials are meeting after the riots in the city© RIA Novosti / Irina to Kalashnikova the image Bank

The authorities of Paris spend a Sunday morning emergency meeting after the protests that engulfed the city the day before.

On the meeting, which is currently chaired by the mayor of the French capital, Anne Hidalgo, officials write in social networks.

«Meeting with Anne Hidalgo and heads of districts to assess the devastation and the victims yesterday. Many city services have toiled all night and work all day to return the street to normal,» he wrote on Twitter, Deputy mayor of Paris Christophe Najdovski.

In turn, his colleague Jean-françois Martin noted that the bill worked on the night to representatives of urban services is on the «many hundreds».

Réunion de crise présidée par @Anne_Hidalgo avec maires et adjoints d arrondissement ce matin pour faire état des lieux et le point sur les interventions des services de la ville (propreté, sécurité, voirie…).
Les dégâts sont énormes, les responsabilités devront être assumées.

— Pauline Véron (@PaulineVeron) 2 Dec 2018

«The municipal workers of the night brought the city into order. The task is huge. Work will continue on Sunday. I thank them very much», — she wrote the mayor in his account.

Saturday to protest the «yellow jackets», the speakers, in particular, against the increase in fuel prices was accompanied by significant clashes of protesters with the police, pogroms and arsons of cars in Paris.

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During the riots that gripped the French capital the day before, was arrested 412 persons, 387 of them remain in custody on Sunday morning. Injured during the protests got 133 people, including 23 security men.

The President of France Emmanuel macron, speaking at a press conference in Argentina, severely condemned the violence and stressed that those responsible will be identified and brought to justice.