France’s Macron says the nuclear deal with Iran must succeed

France’s Macron says the nuclear deal with Iran must succeed
France’s Macron says the nuclear deal with Iran must succeed

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - French President Emmanuel Macron said it was important to 'defend' the Iran nuclear deal. — Reuters pic

PARIS, July 5 — French President Emmanuel Macron said today the negotiations on reviving a 2015 nuclear deal between world powers and Iran known as the JCPOA needed to succeed while taking into account the interests of regional partners, including Israel.

"We have to defend this (nuclear) deal (with Iran). And take in account the interests of our friends in the area, primarily Israel," Macron told reporters during a joint press conference with the Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid. — Reuters

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