A young Irish woman who lives in France with her parents and sister said on Sunday that she is grateful for the support from fellow Irish and French people, who are now in the country to help her cope with the tragedy.

“My heart goes out to the people that I met today.

I’m a huge Irish supporter and we’re all just in this for the future,” said Claire.

She said she is not taking anything for granted but was grateful for all the support she had received.

“I don’t think I will ever be able to do what I need to do.

I want to thank the people of France and the Irish people for their support,” Claire said.

In a statement on Sunday, Ms Claire said she was now “somewhat in shock” and has been asked to take some time to “reassess”.

She said the experience had been a “tough and challenging journey” but she was “very grateful for everyone’s support”.

The Irish Republic has been devastated by the deadly Paris attacks.

Ms Claire’s aunt said she had a “heart full of gratitude” to those who were at the events in France.

“We are all here for one another, we all have each other’s backs, we are all in the same boat,” said Sister Catherine.

She added that “the French people are a fantastic people, they are all very generous people, and we will all have to learn to live with each other and each other”.

Ms Claire is now a full-time carer for her sister.

Ms Shannon said that her family was “sickened” by the events, adding: “I am absolutely devastated, I am so saddened.

I am just trying to do the best for my sister and for my family.

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said in a statement that he was “deeply saddened” by what happened. “

The support we have from the French people is overwhelming and we are grateful.”

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said in a statement that he was “deeply saddened” by what happened.

He said that “all Irish people, particularly those in the Republic, are in a state of shock and sorrow”.

“This is a terrible tragedy and I offer my sincere condolences to the families of the victims,” he said.

French President Emmanuel Macron has offered his “condolences and solidarity” to the victims’ families.

Irish President Michael D Higgins said that France and Ireland would work with the French government and authorities to ensure “that we will provide the support that they need”.

The European Union has been in a “state of shock” since the attacks and is looking at how to “support” France and Irish citizens, Mr Varadar said in his statement.

“This tragedy has hit a very sensitive and sensitive period for Europe, but the EU is doing everything possible to support our French friends and to support the people in France,” he added.

“It is in this context that the EU and the governments of France, the Republic and the UK will work together in a way that is appropriate and appropriate for the situation that exists.”

France is the third largest economy in the EU after Germany and the United Kingdom.

French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said on Saturday that the country was “under siege” by a “massive, global” terror threat.

“France is under siege, it’s like being under siege from the sea,” Mr Ayraut told RTL radio.

“A massive, global terror attack is taking place.

We must not forget that.

Mr Ayabut said that he hoped that the French authorities would respond swiftly to the latest attacks and that the situation would be “resolved quickly”. “

Our hearts are with the victims and their families.”

Mr Ayabut said that he hoped that the French authorities would respond swiftly to the latest attacks and that the situation would be “resolved quickly”.

“I believe we have the will to take our fight to the world,” he told RTLM radio.

He also said that the number of French citizens in Syria was “a matter for discussion”, but that the authorities were “not in a position to talk about that right now”.

“We will talk about it later,” he concluded.

France’s Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said on Twitter that authorities were working with French agencies to “ensure that we will ensure that the people are not forgotten”.

“At this moment in time, it is clear that we are under a massive, worldwide terror attack,” he wrote.

“As a precautionary measure, we have called on the authorities in France and elsewhere to provide a number of emergency shelters to those affected by the terrorist attack.”

The French president added that the Paris attacks were “an assault on the whole of Europe”, but stressed that France would not allow any form of terrorism to continue.

“Terrorism will not be tolerated in France or anywhere else,” Mr Collomb wrote.

France has already seen at least three attacks in the past year, including a bomb attack at a Jewish museum in December.

A total of five people were killed in those attacks. On