Obama phones French President-elect Hollande
Washington: US President Barack Obama called French President-elect Francois Hollande to congratulate him on his electoral victory and indicated him that he looks forward to working with him on a range of issues, the White House said.
"President Obama indicated that he looks forward to working closely with Hollande and his government on a range of shared economic and security challenges," White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said in a statement.
"Obama noted that he will welcome President-elect Hollande to Camp David for the G8 Summit and to Chicago for the NATO Summit later this month, and proposed that they meet beforehand at the White House," Carney said.
Obama and President-elect Hollande each reaffirmed the important and enduring alliance between the people of the US and France, Carney said in his statement.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- DNA : When will Indian govt take strong actions against terrorism?
- Drunk girl assaults Mumbai police in Worli
- Arun Jaitley upset with Subramaniam Swami's Twitter attack
- Bombay HC to pronounce verdict on entry of woman to Haji Ali Dargah today
- DNA: When will Indian govt take strong actions against terrorism? - Part II
- Islamic State bombings in southern Yemen kill 38
- UK pensions minister Crabb considering bid to succeed PM Cameron: Report
- Special panel on India's NSG membership bid? We're not aware, says China
- Ruby Rai, Bihar Class 12 topper now under arrest for cheating, says she never wanted to top the exam
- Euro 2016: Iceland stun England in one of greatest ever shocks