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Israel's Netanyahu echoes 'shared estimate' with France on Iran, 'serious concerns' on Ukraine

"I must note that we share concerns and we share the estimates on the nature of the Tehran regime," Netanyahu said following his meeting with Macron
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PARIS — On a visit to Paris this week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Friday that France and Israel have shared "concerns and estimates" about Iran's nuclear program,

Speaking with reporters, Netanyahu touted a shared estimate with French President Emmanuel Macron on Tehran's threats. 

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