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The Russian and French presidents, Vladimir Putin and Emmanuel Macron, during a meeting at Fort de Brégançon discussed regional conflicts, including the Karabakh conflict.

According to the press secretary of the Russian President, Dmitry Peskov, the talks were intense, constructive and confidential.

Many regional conflicts were touched upon as the Balkans and Karabakh, and they spoke quite seriously about the climate, and a lot about the development of the Arctic.

All of this can be described as very constructive and confidential dialogue, which is very rich in terms of content, Peskov noted.

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