Heading to Paris, Netanyahu says trip will focus on ‘joint efforts to stop Iran’
Lazar Berman is The Times of Israel's diplomatic reporter
Before boarding his flight to Paris, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says that the focus of his conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron will be “our joint efforts to stop Iran’s aggression and its drive toward a nuclear weapon.”
He says Israel is continuing to expand the circle of peace with the opening of the Chadian embassy this morning.
With Foreign Minister Eli Cohen reportedly expected to announce he was in Sudan today, Netanyahu pledges that “we will continue to deepen the circle of peace with other countries, near and far.”