Hollande calls Obama on terrorist investigations progress
French President Francois Hollande spoke on the phone with his US counterpart Barack Obama on Thursday on the progress made in the investigations into last week’s Paris attacks and talk about the Syrian crisis, his office announced.
The discussion between the two leaders was focused on their military cooperation in Syria and talked about conditions for a “rapid solution to the situation in Syria” before Hollande’s visit to Washington scheduled for Tuesday.
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