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NATO leaders' conversation overheard at Palace reception

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NATO leaders' conversation overheard at Palace reception

NATO leaders' conversation overheard at Palace reception

A conversation between Canada's Justin Trudeau, France's Emmanuel Macron and Britain's Boris Johnson was captured on camera while the NATO leaders were attending a reception at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday evening.

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NATO leaders' conversation overheard at Palace reception

The conversation was recorded by a Host Pool camera filming at Buckingham Palace during an event to mark 70 years of the NATO Alliance, hosted by Britain's Queen Elizabeth, ahead of the NATO summit on Wednesday (December 4).

It was distributed live to news organisations.

Britain's Princess Anne and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte were also engaged in the conversation with Trudeau, Macron and Johnson.

Much of the conversation is inaudible but the Canadian Prime Minister can clearly be heard speaking about a "40 minute press conference".




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