Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is considering a trip to London on Tuesday to meet with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and European leaders.The Pompeo meeting would take place on the sidelines of a NATO summit that US President Donald Trump plans to attend.Netanyahu’s office is also looking into possible meetings with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron.Participants in the NATO summit taking place on Tuesday and Wednesday are expected to discuss issues of concern to Israel, including the Turkish invasion of northern Syria.Also on the agenda are Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s opposition to NATO’s defense plan for the Baltic States, the strategic challenge of Russia, and the broadening of China’s sphere of influence, among other topics.Macron said last week that he would not apologize for calling NATO brain dead, calling it “a wake-up call” to member countries.“I’m glad everyone now thinks we should rather think about our strategic goals,” Macron said. “Who is our common enemy? This question deserves to be clarified. Is our enemy today, as I hear sometimes, Russia? Is it China?...I don’t think so. Our common enemy at the alliance is, it seems, terrorism, which has hit all of our countries.”Reuters contributed to this report.