Trump, Macron discuss Syria

President Donald Trump spoke Monday with President Emmanuel Macron of France to discuss the Syrian issue, the White House announced.
“The presidents agreed on the importance of the United Nations-based Geneva Process as the only legitimate forum for achieving a political solution in Syria,” the announcement said.
They also “stressed the need to confront and reverse Iran’s destabilizing activities in Syria,” the statement said.
The two also “agreed on the need for all nations to impose and maintain maximum pressure on the North Korean regime to denuclearize,” it said.

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