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France's Macron to discuss Brexit with PM Johnson on Thursday

Reuters India Monday, 19 August 2019
French President Emmanuel Macron will meet British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Aug. 22 to discuss Brexit as well as the crises in Iran and Syria, an official from Macron's office said on Monday.
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News video: Macron warns Johnson not to expect major changes to Brexit deal

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has met Emmanuel Macron in Paris to discuss the Brexit deadlock between the UK and the EU. Mr Macron has refused to budge on the Irish backstop agreement, but Mr Johnson believes a new deal can be negotiated.

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