The U.S. was notably absent at the Paris march. No American among the 40-plus world leaders.
FOX News Radio's Jon Decker reports.
In the wake of criticism that no high ranking U.S. officials were present at the Paris march against terrorism, Secretary of State John Kerry -- speaking from India -- called the criticism "quibbling."
(Kerry) "The relationship with France is not about one day, or one particular moment. It's an ongoing, long-time relationship."
Secretary Kerry is now in Pakistan. He'll travel to Paris later this week for talks on countering Islamist violence.
In Washington, Jon Decker, FOX News Radio.
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