France congratulates Dutch for 'stemming' rise of far-right | Reuters

PARIS France's foreign minister congratulated the Dutch people for seeing off the challenge of the far-right led by Geert Wilders after Prime Minister Mark Rutte's centre-right party appeared to win the national election on Wednesday. 'Congratulations to the Dutch for stemming the rise of the far-right,' Jean-Marc Ayrault said on Twitter. 'Desire to work for a stronger Europe.' (Reporting by John Irish, editing by G Crosse)

Reuters March 16, 2017 05:15:03 IST
France congratulates Dutch for 'stemming' rise of far-right
| Reuters

France congratulates Dutch for stemming rise of farright
 Reuters

PARIS France's foreign minister congratulated the Dutch people for seeing off the challenge of the far-right led by Geert Wilders after Prime Minister Mark Rutte's centre-right party appeared to win the national election on Wednesday.

"Congratulations to the Dutch for stemming the rise of the far-right," Jean-Marc Ayrault said on Twitter. "Desire to work for a stronger Europe."

(Reporting by John Irish, editing by G Crosse)

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