The French and Iranian presidents talked by telephone on Wednesday.
This will be a rare day when he can forget that the Germany he envisioned working with is not the Germany he negotiates with on a day-to-day basis.
Macron's advisers, however, are keen to promote the official line that the glass remains half-full, even though it keeps emptying by the month.
The two leaders have promised to agree a common roadmap for the future of the European Union by the time of a major summit in Brussels in June. "Don't be weak", he said.
90 percent think France is a "trustworthy" partner for Germany.
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The French leader impressed the prize committee with his "vision of a new Europe and the re-establishment of the European project". In that vein, Macron and Merkel have promised to come up with specific proposals ahead of a summit in June. Lagerfeld told French weekly Le Point.
Mr Macron echoed the call for Europe to stand united and show greater strength, at a time when the USA is going its own way in ditching the Iran nuclear deal and the Paris climate accord, as well as threatening allies with punitive trade tariffs. "But the economy and the eurozone aren't the only topics that matter for Europe's future". Trump dynamited The Paris climate agreement, declared North Atlantic Treaty Organisation obsolete, began a few weeks ago with protectionist threats and now gives lace with rupture of agreement with Iran, which represents a slap for European interests and above all a blow for Geopolitics and global security.
Iran's President says his country does not seek new conflicts in the region.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel rammed this Thursday in Aachen with unusual hardness against US President Donald Trump and his decision to withdraw from nuclear agreement with Iran, which turns Middle East into a hornet.
This is U.S. hard power on full brutal display, with the most blatant disregard for an worldwide agreement that is backed by the most intrusive inspection regime by the global Atomic Energy Agency in history, which has certified Iranian compliance.
President Trump is undermining the certainty of a Euro-Atlantic community and is making the Franco-German leadership of Europe appear more necessary than ever before.