France: US would have to clarify key issues on Syria, Iran if Trump wins

By REUTERS
November 9, 2016 09:23

 
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PARIS - France would need to clarify with the United States key issues such as the conflict in Syria, Iran's nuclear deal and climate change, if Donald Trump became the US President, the country's foreign minister said on Wednesday.

Jean-Marc Ayrault also told France 2 Television that he thought Trump's personality raised "questions."

Asked about Trump's personality he said: "It makes you think, it asks questions. It has certainly provoked reactions."

Ayrault said it looked likely Trump had won power, adding, "and France is an ally of the United States. We are therefore a key partner, and we need to work together for stability and peace in the world, and for a world which tackles the key issues facing it."

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