Netanyahu, Macron will meet to focus on Iran, expanding Abraham Accords
Lazar Berman is The Times of Israel's diplomatic reporter
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office announces that he will discuss stopping Iran’s nuclear program during his meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron this week in Paris.
They will also discuss ways to expand the Abraham Accords, as France has shown interest in playing a larger role in the Middle East.
The two leaders last met in Jerusalem in January 2020.
Netanyahu, who will be in France from Thursday until Saturday night, will also meet members of France’s finance sector, and leaders of the Jewish community.