Cotonou - French President Francois Hollande has begun a two-day visit to Africa where he will hold talks with the leaders of Benin, Angola and Cameroon.
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Hollande spoke at a news conference Thursday after meeting with Benin President Thomas Boni Yayi, less than a month after the Francophone West African country's leader met with his French counterpart in Paris.
The French leader is scheduled to meet Benin's parliamentary leaders later Thursday before flying to Angola.
Hollande will meet Angolan President Jose Eduardo dos Santos on Friday and then continue to Cameroon for talks with President Paul Biya.