The domes of the new Russian Othodox church are pictured with the Eiffel Tower in background in Paris, Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has indefinitely postponed a trip to France after Paris had revised its program for the visit and said it would talk about nothing else but the Syrian crisis.Putin's trip to Paris, which was planned for next Tuesday, was due to take in the opening of a new Orthodox church next to the Eiffel Tower along with a Russian cultural center and an exhibition, but the French side had revised the program, Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.Peskov said that Putin could visit France at a later date which would be "comfortable" for Hollande.Hollande said he was ready to meet Putin at any moment if it helps bring peace to Syria.
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