Trump, Hollande agree to "clarify" stance on key issues, including Ukraine – media
French President Francois Hollande and U.S. President-elect Donald Trump had a phone conversation on Friday in which they agreed to clarify positions on key issues such as the Middle East and Ukraine, said a source in Hollande's camp, according to Reuters.
The source told Reuters that the phone conversation lasted between seven and eight minutes and took place in "good conditions".
"They agreed to work together on a number of key issues in order to clarify positions – the 'war on terror', Ukraine, Syria, Iran's nuclear deal and the Paris climate change agreement," said the source.
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