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Armin Laschet said talks would commence with the FDP and Greens. — AFP pic
Armin Laschet said talks would commence with the FDP and Greens. — AFP pic

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BERLIN, Sept 27 — Armin Laschet, the leader of Germany’s conservative Christian Democrats, said today his party was still keen to try to form a coalition with the Greens and Free Democrats even after the Social Democrats narrowly beat them in Sunday’s election.

“Talks will take place with FDP and Greens,” Laschet told a news conference. “We are now in the phase of trying to form a stable government for Germany.” — Reuters


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