During President Obama's visit to France, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said his country "would accept a prisoner from Guantanamo Bay if that would facilitate the closing of the controversial detention center where terrorist suspects are held," the AP reports. European governments have wanted Guantanamo Bay to close, but their commitment to finding places (like their own countries) for the detainees is unclear. Obama, who said, "I made the decision to close Guantanamo because I do not think it makes America safer," appreciated that Sarkozy was "being good to his word." Related: Rep. Peter King doesn't want any Gitmo detainees in New York and Miss Universe Dayana Mendoza visited the prison camp and declared it "fun" and "calm and beautiful."