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France’s ‘diplomacy of combat’ means ‘countering disinformation’, spokeswoman says

By France24
18 September 2022   |   5:55 am
The spokesperson for the French foreign ministry, Anne-Claire Legendre, granted an interview to FRANCE 24's Armen Georgian. She discussed the current challenges faced by French diplomats and explained the "diplomacy of combat" championed by President Emmanuel Macron at a recent address to French ambassadors.

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