Anthony Albanese salvages Australia’s relationship with France | 7NEWS

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Anthony Albanese has met French President Emmanuel Macron to salvage Australia’s relationship with France.

Both leaders putting the botched submarine deal behind them as the prime minister works to broker a free trade deal with Europe.

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