Obama phones Cameron, discusses G20 summit
Washington: US President Barack Obama has called British Prime Minister David Cameron to discuss with him the economic situation in Europe and the upcoming G20 Summit in Mexico later this month.
"The President and Prime Minister discussed the economic situation in Europe, as well as preparations for the June 18-19 G20 Summit in Los Cabos, Mexico," the White House said in a statement.
Obama also commended Cameron for the Special Forces raid over the weekend that freed several hostages in Afghanistan, including a British aid worker, it said.
"Finally, the President reiterated his congratulations to Her Majesty, the Queen, on the occasion of her Diamond Jubilee," the White House said.
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