» Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Chirac Visit

Asked what the agenda would be for President Chirac’s visit tomorrow, the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS) said that it would be about whatever they wished to discuss. He said that it would probably include issues such as Europe, the G8 Presidency, (Africa, climate change and other G8 topics), the Middle East, and also Iraq. He had no doubt it would range far and wide. The PMOS repeated that there would be difference of view over Iraq, but as he said this morning, that should not be a surprise to people.

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  1. It amazes me that there would not be a fixed agenda for meetings. Surely in this day of ever increasing tensions and the workload that brings, to have unorganised ‘chats’ surely shows the lack of effort on the part of Tony Blair to acknowledge anything outside his own agenda.

    It is paramount that serious discussions require time and effort to reach sensible conclusions or even compromise.

    Comment by Andrew — 22 Nov 2004 on 2:17 pm | Link

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