Many major global conflicts are happening "at Europe's doorstep", said Dr Merkel, who expressed concern about the risk of war between Israel and Iran over Syria. She stated this on Thursday in Aachen, Agence France Press, writes the Chronicle.info with reference on the European truth. Receiving a round of applause, Merkel stated: "Rather, Europe needs to take its fate into its own hands".
Earlier in the week, President Donald Trump withdrew the USA from the 2015 deal.
In a joint statement released just after Trump made the announcement on Tuesday, Merkel, Macron, and British Prime Minister Theresa May said their nations would remain in the agreement and urged all other nations still operating under the deal to continue to do so. "That's the task for the future".
"We made the choice to build peace and stability in the Middle East", he said in a reference to the involvement of France, Germany and the United Kingdom in the Iran deal.
"And it will be existentially necessary to make progress here because the nature of the conflicts has completely changed since the end of the Cold War".
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"She condemned the overnight attacks by Iran against Israeli military positions at Golan Heights and called on Iran to contribute to de-escalation in the region", he also said.
Germany must wean itself off the "fetish" of fiscal conservatism if it has ambitions to become a leading force for European renewal, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday.
Dr Merkel called for restraint from both countries.
Macron echoed the call to flesh out Europe's common foreign and defense policy. "Other powers. haven't kept their word", he added, without specifying the powerful countries he was referring to.
Speaking after Merkel, Macron said that "We should not be waiting, we must do something right now".