UK’s Cameron, France’s Hollande meet for talks
LONDON - The Associated Press
British Prime Minister David Cameron in the Royal Box on Centre Court for the men's singles final between Andy Murray and Roger Federer during the Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, in London, Britain, 08 July 2012. EPA/JONATHAN BRADY
Prime Minister David Cameron’s office says he plans to discuss the eurozone financial crisis and the violence in Syria Tuesday in talks with France’s new president.
Francois Hollande is visiting London for his first talks in Britain since winning the French presidency in May.
Hollande will also meet with Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle.
Cameron’s office said the leaders will discuss "the economy, the situation in the eurozone (and) a number of foreign policy issues."
The pair previously met in Washington in May on the sidelines of a G-8 summit.