Obama tells Hollande bilateral relationship “deeply valued” by Americans

Obama tells Hollande bilateral relationship “deeply valued” by Americans

PanARMENIAN.Net - U.S. President Barack Obama told French counterpart Francois Hollande during White House talks on Friday, May 18 that their countries' bilateral relationship is "deeply valued" by Americans, AFP reported.

Just three days after being sworn in to replace pro-American president Nicolas Sarkozy, Hollande, a Socialist, held Oval Office talks with Obama focusing on the euro crisis and how to improve growth.

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