French President Francois Hollande met German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin on January 27. After their meeting, the two leaders made declarations concerning the rise of populism in Europe and the threat of EU internal and external enemies.
The meeting was of importance since Hollande will step down from the French presidency after the second round of the presidential elections to be held in May.
The meeting, however, had nothing new. The two leaders, whose countries face crucial elections...
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