Ukraine part of agenda as Trump, Macron meet in France
French President Emmanuel Macron met with U.S. President Donald Trump had a meeting on the sidelines of the D-Day anniversary in Normandy June 6 to discuss the situation in the Middle East, Libya, and Ukraine.
Security issues and the fight against terrorism were also on the agenda, Le Monde wrote Friday.
The two leaders discussed all major issues on which they had earlier failed to reach an agreement, including Iran, world trade, and climate change.
"The topics are complex, but there is an opportunity for collaboration," the Elysée Palace said in a statement.
No details have been reported on the outcome of their discussion of the Ukraine issue.
As UNIAN previously reported, earlier, Trump invited the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, to visit Washington.
Zelensky is also set to fly to Paris in the near future at the invitation of Emmanuel Macron.