Benjamin Netanyahu met with French President Macron at the Elysee Palace in Paris (Maariv)
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met tonight (Friday) with French President Emmanuel Macron.
The two met at the Elysee Palace in Paris.
The meeting was held due to the invitation of the French president, who spoke with Netanyahu earlier this week, in their first conversation since Netanyahu's participation in the elections.
In their meeting, the two leaders discussed the issue of the Iranian nuclear threat.
Netanyahu, for his part, emphasized that deterrence against Iran and its metastases must be strengthened and added that significant sanctions must be imposed on the Iranian regime.
Netanyahu also called for the inclusion of the Revolutionary Guards in the European Union's terrorist list.
Macron and Netanyahu also discussed the need to preserve regional stability, with an emphasis on Lebanon.
and discussed various opportunities to expand peaceful relations with various countries.
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Macron and Netanyahu at the end of the meeting, tonight (photo: official website, Prime Minister's Office)
The last time a meeting was held between an Israeli prime minister and Macron was in July, when Yair Lapid came to visit Paris.
At the meeting, Macron expressed his support for the normalization process between Israel and Arab countries.
And called for the renewal of negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians.
Last week Netanyahu flew to Jordan for a meeting with King Abdullah II.
The two leaders discussed regional issues, emphasizing the strategic, security and economic cooperation between Israel and Jordan, and welcomed their partnership.
The President of the United States, Joe Biden, also spoke yesterday with the King of Jordan, and discussed with him attempts to lower tensions in the West Bank.
Biden also expressed his support for the two-state solution, and emphasized the role Jordan plays as the sponsor of the Muslim holy places in Jerusalem.
"There is a critical need to preserve the historical status quo on the Temple Mount (Haram al-Sharif)," Biden told the king.