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Quebec receives for the weekend forty leaders of the Francophonie. On arrival in the Old Capital, the president of France, Nicolas Sarkozy, attended with Prime Minister Harper another "mini-summit" devoted to trade relations between the European Union and Canada. A little later in the National Assembly, he expressed his great friendship towards a united Canada. He started a veritable call to unity. He also increased the expressions of affection toward Quebecers Sarkozy''s plane lands. Sarkozy steps down from the bridge and is greeted by Harper. Nicolas Sarkozy, Stephen Harper and Michaelle Jean. Sarkozy, Harper and Jose Manuel Barroso, press conference. Nicolas Sarkozy: "Dear Stephen, I first want to thank you very warmly." Sarkozy shaking hands in the street with Charest. Nicolas Sarkozy: "I''ve always been a friend of Canada () And frankly, if someone wants to tell me that the world today needs an additional division, he doesn''t see the world the same way I do". Stephen Harper: "It''s hard for me to disagree with that. " Charest and Sarkozy pose for the photo. Nicolas Sarkozy at the National Assembly: "In the great Canadian people, there is the Quebec nation. Long live the brotherhood between the French people and the Quebec people. " Pierre Duchesne. Keywords: EXTERNAL AFFAIRS,CANADA,FRANCE,FRANCOPHONIE,GOVERNMENT,QUEBEC ,QUEBEC (CITY)


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