Australian PM says he made clear to France possibility of scrapping subs deal, Paris denies

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FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “Australian PM says he made clear to France possibility of scrapping subs deal, Paris denies” – below is their description.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday he had raised the possibility that #Australia might scrap a 2016 #submarine deal with a French company in talks with the French president in June, rejecting French criticism that it had not been warned, but #France denied that. FRANCE 24’s Richelle Harrisson-Plesse reports from Sydney.

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