Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has headed to France to confer with French President Nicolas Sarkozy on Iran's nuclear program.
The Israeli premier said he was upbeat about his Paris trip, since President Sarkozy has adopted a hostile policy toward Iran, a stance which is more in line with London and Washington's objectives in isolating the Islamic Republic.
After meeting with the French president and Foreign minister Bernard Kouchner, Olmert is scheduled to meet with British Prime Minister, Gordon Brown in London.
Olmert met with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin on Thursday.
The US and its allies have accused Iran of pursuing a nuclear weapon program, while the UN nuclear watchdog has rejected the accusations against Tehran.