Macron said that his EU counterparts are also ignoring the demands of thousands of students who have marched in European streets.
Volunteer medics at the National Assembly say that a man had had his hand ripped off during the clashes between police and protesters.
The Journal du Dimanche newspaper adds to persistent rumours that Macron is preparing to call the vote on the same day as European parliament elections on May 26.
Protesters paid homage to those injured in the past months, denouncing the use of flashball riot control guns banned in much of Europe.
The weekend's protests against Macron'svpolicies came as divisions appeared among the yellow vests as to where to take the movement.
Protesters threw firecrackers, bottles and stones at police who responded with water cannon and tear gas to push them back.
Macron is pinning his hopes on the debate to quash the image of a leader out-of-touch with the concerns of people in rural France.
Journalists covering the protests are increasingly becoming a target for the demonstrators.
At around 11.00 am (1000 GMT), thousands of protesters gathered near the Gare de Lyon train station for a march towards the Arc de Triomphe.
In a joint statement, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomed the latest ceasefire announcement.
Macron says he deeply regrets Trump's decision to pullout US troops from Syria.
Macron says there must be order, calm and harmony now.
Many of the protesters have targeted Macron personally, calling on him to resign or targeting his background as an investment banker and alleged elitism.
Crowds in Paris were much smaller than last Saturday and there were no reports of serious violence.
The last three Saturdays have been marked by violent demonstrations, with burning barricades, pillaging and clashes with police in cities across France.
Experts say there is no way for Macron, who has already backed down on energy tax hikes, to meet the many and often contradictory demands of the diverse group of protesters.
Shouts of "Macron, resign" has mingled with tear gas near the famous Champs-Elysees avenue.
At least 34 people have been arrested for carrying masks, hammers, slingshots and rocks that could be used to attack police.
The Eiffel Tower and other tourist landmarks were shut.
An estimated 75,000 demonstrators, most of them peaceful, were counted across the country.
Putin said he explained Moscow's position when the leaders met briefly at a summit dinner.
Abe told Macron that the future of the Nissan-Renault alliance should be decided among the companies and not by the government.
Only two protesters turned up for the talks at the prime minister's office and one walked out immediately.
Mohammed bin Salman tells the French president not to worry.