French President Emmanuel Macron decided Monday to lift the state of emergency in the French Pacific territory of New Caledonia, his office said, Report informs via AP.

The president’s office said in a statement the state of emergency won’t be extended “for the moment” and will therefore end Monday at 8 pm in Paris, which is 5 am Tuesday in New Caledonia.

The statement said 480 additional gendarmes are to arrive on the archipelago “in the next few hours,” putting security reinforcements at more than 3,500. The seven people killed in shootings include two gendarmes.