Biden call with France's Macron 'friendly' -Psaki
The US and French presidents agreed on Wednesday to fix ties, with France agreeing to send its ambassador back to Washington and the White House said it made a mistake in hitting Australia to buy US instead of French submarines without consulting Paris.
In a joint statement released after a phone call by US President Joe Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron, the two heads of state and government agreed to open in-depth consultations to restore confidence and to meet in Europe at the end of October.
White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki described the call from Biden and Macron as friendly and hit a hopeful note about repairing the connections.
"We are hopeful and the president hopes this is a step towards returning to normal in a long-standing, important relationship," Psaki told reporters.
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