Gov. Bobby Jindal’s office has provided an update on the governor’s 10-day economic development trip to Europe, including details about several meetings he has held with conservative political groups and politicians while overseas — one of which was billed as an education policy discussion.

Jindal has faced criticism in recent days over remarks he made about Muslims during a speech he gave to the Henry Jackson Society, a right-wing think tank, in London on Monday, in particular remarks he made about so-called “no-go zones” — areas in Europe where non-Muslims aren’t allowed and Islamic law rules.

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