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France's Macron says 2023-24 winter will be even harder in terms of gas supplies


French President Emmanuel Macron said at a summit of government leaders in Prague that Europe will intensify talks with gas suppliers and coordinate with big Asian partner countries on gas purchases, and will also put in place mechanisms to ensure financial solidarity among European states for energy purchases. FRANCE 24's International Affairs Editor Armen Georgian tells us more.

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