During his Paris visit, Netanyahu met Wednesday with French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire, who is pushing to maintain European trade with Iran allowed under the 2015 deal curbing Iranian nuclear activities.
The recent US withdrawal from the accord threatens that trade has raised fears of war between "Israel" and Iran.
Earlier in the week, Netanyahu met with French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who both reiterated their support for the accord. Netanyahu, however, considers the deal was too soft on Iran.
The Zionist PM is heading later Wednesday to London for meetings with British Prime Minister Theresa May and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
Earlier on Tuesday, he said that his main focus now is how to push Iranian forces out of Syria.
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