Netanyahu to Meet Macron in Paris

By Hamodia Staff

French President Emmanuel Macron. (Reuters/Yves Herman)

YERUSHALAYIM – Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is scheduled to fly to Paris on Thursday to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee Palace, following their conversation this past Sunday evening. 

The two leaders will discuss diplomatic issues on the agenda, especially the international effort to stop the Iranian nuclear program and ways to strengthen and expand the Abraham Accords, the Prime Minister’s Office said. 

The two leaders are said to have cordial relations dating from Netanyahu’s previous term. They last met in Yerushalayim in January 2020.  

Macron congratulated Netanyahu following his election victory in November, and on Sunday called to condemn the terror attacks in Yerushalayim over Shabbos.

Netanyahu will also meet with leading French businesspeople in the area of finance and with Jewish community leaders. Judicial reform will be one of the issues on the agenda, according to The Jerusalem Post.

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