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G20 Summit Joe Biden Meets Emmanuel Macron Said Misunderstanding In The Aukus Agreement

Agency, Rome.

Published by: Dev Kashyap
Updated Sun, 31 Oct 2021 01:25 AM IST

Summary

The Ocus deal resulted in France losing a $37 billion deal with Australia, and the latter had seen tensions between the two traditionally friendly countries.

US President Joe Biden.
– Photo : ANI

US President Joe Biden, in his first face-to-face meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron since the Occasion Agreement, admitted that the US had acted erratically during the agreement. Biden said, what we did was foolish. I was assuming that France had been informed about this in advance.

The Ocus deal resulted in France losing a $37 billion deal with Australia, and the latter had seen tensions between the two traditionally friendly countries. This meeting between Biden-Macron was one of the meetings of the US President with all the world leaders before the G-20 in Rome and the COP-26 summit in Glasgow.

Biden also said during this that France is our friendly country and the partnership with it cannot be ended. It is expected that Biden will now extend his support to France’s counter-terrorist operations in the Saleh region of Africa to quell his anger. France wants the US to increase intelligence and military cooperation in that region. New ways of cooperation in the Indo-Pacific and Afghanistan and Iran issues are also likely to be discussed between the two leaders.

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US President Joe Biden is set to hold talks with European allies amid the ongoing turmoil over Iran’s nuclear program. European leaders are pushing for a plan for a diplomatic solution and fears of Iran’s refusal to return to the negotiating table.

The meeting with German, French and British leaders comes at a time when Iran continues to increase its uranium enrichment. Biden is trying to restore the 2015 nuclear deal and persuade Iran to comply with the deal.

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US President Joe Biden, in his first face-to-face meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron since the Occasion Agreement, admitted that the US had acted erratically during the agreement. Biden said, what we did was foolish. I was assuming that France had been informed about this in advance.

The Ocus deal resulted in France losing a $37 billion deal with Australia, and the latter had seen tensions between the two traditionally friendly countries. This meeting between Biden-Macron was one of the meetings of the US President with all the world leaders before the G-20 in Rome and the COP-26 summit in Glasgow.

Biden also said during this that France is our friendly country and the partnership with it cannot be ended. It is expected that Biden will now extend his support to France’s counter-terrorist operations in the Saleh region of Africa to quell his anger. France wants the US to increase intelligence and military cooperation in that region. New ways of cooperation in the Indo-Pacific and Afghanistan and Iran issues are also likely to be discussed between the two leaders.

Biden to discuss Iran’s nuclear deal with European leaders

US President Joe Biden is set to hold talks with European allies amid the ongoing turmoil over Iran’s nuclear program. European leaders are pushing for a plan for a diplomatic solution and fears of Iran’s refusal to return to the negotiating table.

The meeting with German, French and British leaders comes at a time when Iran continues to increase its uranium enrichment. Biden is trying to restore the 2015 nuclear deal and persuade Iran to comply with the deal.

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