Obama, Cameroon discuss Pak floods, ME peace process
Washington: US President Barack Obama has
telephoned British Prime Minister David Cameron to discuss Pakistan flood relief efforts and the Middle East peace process, the White House said.
Obama also congratulated Cameron and his wife Samantha
on the birth of their daughter Florence Rose Endellion last
month, the White House said in a statement.
"The two leaders discussed Afghanistan,
counter-terrorism cooperation, Middle East peace and Pakistan
flood relief efforts," the statement said.
"The President reiterated his congratulations to the
Prime Minister and Mrs Cameron on the birth of their daughter,
Florence Rose Endellion, and wished the Prime Minister and his
family well," it said.
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