Russia, France agree to set up joint working group on anti-terrorism fight
Russia and France have agreed to set up a joint working group on issue of anti-terrorism fight.
The announce was made during a joint press briefing of Russian President Vladimir Putin and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron after meeting in Versailles, France.
On the occasion French President Macron said our absolute priority is fighting together against terrorism and we will work on this issue together with Russia.
He said we will share information from the ground to work together to improve situation in Syria.
Russian President Vladimir Putin told journalists we have discussed different issues and we have tried to find a common ground.
The two presidents have also discussed situation on Korean peninsula, implementation of the Minsk agreements on Ukraine.