Putin says he, Hollande discussed Syria, Iran, Russia-France relations

The Russian leader said his two-hour meeting with Hollande at the Vnukovo 2 government airport had been very constructive.

The presidents of Russia and France, Vladimir Putin and Francois Hollande, "spoke about our bilateral relations, spoke about the settlement problem in Syria, spoke about the Iranian nuclear program process" during a meeting in Moscow on Saturday, Putin said.

 

The Russian leader said his two-hour meeting with Hollande at the Vnukovo 2 government airport had been very constructive.

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