3. French President Francois Hollande waiting for New Zealand Prime Minister John Key to arrive
4. Key's car arrives
5. Key shakes hands with Hollande
6. Interior shots of Key, Hollande and their delegations
7. SOUNDBITE (English) John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand:
"(We had) a good discussion about the free trade agreement. The President is really quite forward-leaning now on where that's going with New Zealand, and quite keen to demonstrate, actually, that the European Union is in a position to sign free trade agreements and do so maybe at a faster pace than had been previously thought."
8. Cutaway of EU and French flags
9. SOUNDBITE (English) John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand:
"We come away from this visit in quite optimistic, actually, about where the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations will go. At the moment commissions are going through the process of speaking to all of the 28 member states, but we hope to start the more formal and detailed negotiations early in 2017 and hopefully look to an objective of signing an FTA maybe by the end of 2017 or early in 2018."
10. Cutaway of guards
11. SOUNDBITE (English) John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand:
"Our exposure to both United Kingdom and to Europe is much smaller than, for instance, our exposure to Australia or China. But China has a very significant relationship with the EU, so if there were to be financial issues in the European Union as a result of Brexit, or just other broader issues, that indirectly flows to New Zealand."
12. Cutaway of flags
13. SOUNDBITE (English) John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand:
"One thing that is coming through with all the European leaders that we have met, because of course we met (Italian) Prime Minister (Matteo) Renzi yesterday in Rome, is that there is a real focus, actually, on the fact that Europe does need to change and needs to really start tackling some of those issues of youth unemployment, and that it can't afford to let the austerity measures that they've had washing over Europe for a long period of time now, continue to drag economic growth down. So, I think the leaders are focussed on Brexit but also on what the messages might be for their own countries and for the European Union as a whole."