France President Emmanuel Macron intends to discuss the situation in Karabakh, Syria and Libya with Turkish colleague, Syria and Libya at a meeting in front of NATO summit, which will be held in Brussels on June 14. About this, the French leader told on Thursday at a press conference in Paris, reports TASS.
“Directly on the eve of the NATO summit, I will have a meeting with the President of Turkey. This is a good opportunity to exchange views on a number of issues,” Macron said. “We have deep discrepancies, we know about them, but I think that it is necessary to conduct a dialogue,” the French leader noted.
“I want to talk about the situation in Syria, Libya, Karabakh and relations of Armenia and Azerbaijan,” he said. Macron also reported that “intends to discuss cooperation in NATO and the rules of behavior in relations between allies.”