Vladimir Putin and Francois Hollande on Thursday, June 30, held a telephone conversation, the press service of the Kremlin.
Putin informed his French colleague about the outcome of the trilateral meeting with the presidents of Azerbaijan and Armenia, which took place on 20 June 2016 in St. Petersburg.
“The leaders of Russia and France expressed hope that the agreements reached at this meeting results will contribute to advancing the peace process. They agreed to continue active joint work in the framework of the Minsk group of the OSCE in this important area”, — stated in the message of the Kremlin.
In addition, the presidents discussed topical issues of international agenda, focusing on efforts to resolve the Ukrainian crisis”. In particular, Hollande “shared assessments discussions” in the EU referendum results in the UK leaving the EU.