Iran high on agenda as Netanyahu and Macron hold talks in Paris

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris on Tuesday, when the two swapped opposing views over the Iranian nuclear programme deal and the move of the US embassy to Jerusalem, but did agree on concerns over Iran's growing leverage in the Middle East.

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French President Emmanuel Macron said during a joint press conference with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Paris that the relocation of the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem led to "people dying" and did not advance peace, reports Haaretz.