1. United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon shaking hands with French President Francois Hollande in the Elysee Palace courtyard
2. Europan Union and French flags
3. Ban and Hollande posing on doorstep and entering presidential palace
4. Various of roundtable with Hollande, Ban and others
5. Exterior of French presidential palace
6. Hollande and Ban arriving for joint statement
7. SOUNDBITE (French) Francois Hollande, French President:
"But it is true that for the whole planet there is a question - what will happen? I very much regretted the British vote but I respect it, it is a matter of democracy, but at the same time we will have to draw all the conclusions and consequences. Within the European Union framework we have to organise the exit of the United Kingdom, but we have to do it in good order, and in accordance with the rules provided by the treaties which have to be implemented."
8. Ban talking during statement
9 . SOUNDBITE (French) Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General:
"The United Kingdom and the European Union will now have to start intensive talks to define the steps to take. I am confident that these talks will take place in a positive and pragmatic way."
10. Ban talking
11. SOUNDBITE (French) Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General:
"I'm counting on both the European Union and Great Britain to continue to be strong partners of the United Nations for development and humanitarian affairs but also for peace and security and in particular in the matter of migrations. The problems we are facing do not stop at national borders. Quite clearly, when we work together, we are stronger."
French President Francois Hollande said on Saturday that the British vote to leave the European Union poses questions "for the whole planet."
Hollande vowed on Saturday to maintain relations with Britain, notably concerning migrants crossing between the two countries and military and economic cooperation.
Speaking after a meeting in Paris with United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Hollande said, "For the entire planet there is a question - what will happen?"
He called for an orderly separation between Britain and the EU after Thursday's historic vote to quit the bloc, formed to prevent new conflict via trade cooperation.
Hollande, whose country was a founding pillar of European unity, is holding emergency meetings on Saturday with leaders of France's political parties as EU leaders try to keep the bloc from unravelling after the British vote.