France to Return Ambassador to Australia After Subs Fracas

France said it would send its ambassador back to Australia, as the allies sought to mend a major rift caused when Canberra scuttled a lucrative French submarine deal to join a new security pact with the U.S. and U.K.

France recalled its ambassadors to Washington and Canberra last month after the announcement of the new AUKUS partnership, under which Australia would receive U.S. nuclear-powered submarine technology, supplanting the need for an existing order for French submarines powered by diesel engines.

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