WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US President Barack Obama will meet with French President Nicolas Sarkozy at the White House on Jan. 10 on issues including the global economy and security, the Obama administration said on Tuesday. "As France assumes the presidency of the G-8 and the G-20 for 2011, the president looks forward to working with President Sarkozy to sustain the global economic recovery and create jobs," the White House said in a statement. Obama and Sarkozy will also discuss a range of foreign policy and security issues.