Macron backs US-Iran dialogue, presents himself as ‘honest broker’ by Reuters

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© Reuters. French President Emmanuel Macron meets with his Moldovan counterpart Maia Sandu at the Elysee Palace in Paris

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday welcomed the United States’ willingness to engage with Iran, offered as an honest broker on the nuclear issue, and said Saudi Arabia and Israel must ultimately , participate in some way. “We need to finalize, in fact, a new negotiation with Iran,” Macron told the Washington-based Atlantic Council think tank in a videoconference from Paris. “I will do everything I can to support any initiative by the American side to re-engage … dialogue and I will be here … I was here, and available two years ago and a (year) and a half ago, to try to be an honest broker and a broker engaged in this dialogue. ”

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