CBNNews.com - PARIS, France - Likud chairman and opposition leader Binyamin Netanyahu will fly to Paris Wednesday evening to meet with French President Nicholas Sarkozy.
Netanyahu will also meet with Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner, Economy Minister Christine Lagarde and several of the city's Jewish community leaders.
"France is a very important, leading European country," Netanyahu's spokesman, Ron Dermer, said. "He wants to make his policies clear," he said.
In a meeting last week with ambassadors from the European Union, Netanyahu said while he would continue to the - U.S.-sponsored - Annapolis resolution, he would add a number of "red lines."
Those red lines include Jerusalem as the undivided capital of the Jewish state, Israeli control over the airspace of a future Palestinian state, which would remain de-militarized.
Netanyahu said he and Sarkozy share some similar international, social and economic perceptions.
Source: The Jerusalem Post