A meeting between top French and British officials Thursday cemented the two nations’ security relationship and examined the possible United Kingdom exit from the European Union.
French President François Hollande and UK Prime Minister David Cameron held a bi-annual international summit in the town of Amiens in northern France, where the two leaders discussed their countries’ relationship and commemorated the 1916 Battle of the Somme.
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