UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and French President Emmanuel Macron held a bilateral summit in Paris on Friday, which marks the first between the two countries in five years.
The leaders discussed strengthening post-Brexit cooperation, adopting a new pact on cross-Channel illegal migration, and providing more support for Ukraine and security in the Asia-Pacific region.
Both leaders expressed a willingness to work together and develop a partnership between the two countries.
The first bilateral summit between the UK and France in five years took place on Friday, with UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris.
The leaders discussed a range of issues, including cross-Channel illegal migration and providing support for Ukraine, among others.
While both leaders expressed a desire to work together, there were differences in how they characterised the relationship between the two nations.
Macron called the summit an "exceptional moment of reunion and reconnection", while Sunak emphasised the "essential" nature of a partnership between the two countries.
Despite past tensions between the UK and France, both sides saw an opportunity to re-establish the "Entente Cordiale" between the two nations.