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UPDATED: 10:48, May 31, 2007
Brazilian, French presidents hold telephone talks on strengthening alliance
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Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva called his French counterpart Nicolas Sarkozy Wednesday to discuss ways to strengthen the alliance between their countries.

In his 15-minute conversation with Sarkozy, Lula also proposed reorganizing global forces to reinforce the fight against poverty and hunger, Brazilian presidential spokesman Marcelo Baumbach said.

Lula spoke of jointly seeking what he described as a "multi-polar world" and his intention to work with France at the same level of friendship and confidence that has marked the relations between the two countries.

Sarkozy, for his part, said his country supports Brazil's bid for a permanent United Nations Security Council seat.

Source: Xinhua


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