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MOSCOW, November 17./TASS/. The Russian and French presidents, Vladimir Putin and Francois Hollande, will meet in Moscow on November 26 to coordinate action in the fight against terrorism, the Kremlin press service reports.
"It was agreed, in particular to ensure closer contacts and coordination of activity between the military agencies and security services of the two countries in operations against terrorist structures carried out by Russia and France in Syria," the Kremlin press service added.
In a telephone conversation, the two leaders "put special attention to expanding bilateral and multilateral cooperation against international terrorism" following the crash of a Russian airliner in a bomb blast over Sinai and the Friday chain of terrorist attacks in France, the Kremlin press service said.