French President, Emmanuel Macron, just after the meeting in Paris with his counterpart Donald Trump said that France is no longer going to insist on the resignation of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Macron stressed that more important tasks are fighting terrorism and stabilization of the general situation in Syria, where the war has been going on for six years.
“We want to achieve results together with the U.S., we want to eradicate terrorism in Syria, therefore, I gave up demanding the resignation of Assad,” stressed the French president.
The presidents of the two countries agreed to continue working together, in particular, to create a road-map for the post-war period.
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