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Netanyahu meets Macron as Iran threatens retaliation against Israel

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Thursday with French President Emmanuel Macron in a bid to bring their positions closer on Iran.
Israeli PM Netanyahu and Macron

PARIS — Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived on Thursday evening at the Elysée Palace in Paris for a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron where Iran was expected to top the agenda.

Before boarding his flight the Israeli Prime Minister said that his meeting with Macron would focus on the joint efforts to counter "Iran’s aggression and its drive toward a nuclear weapon.” Iran had threatened revenge against Israel, blaming it for the drone attack against the nuclear facility in Isfahan earlier this week.

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