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French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius Wednesday extended an invitation to President Hassan Rouhani on behalf of his French counterpart Francois Hollande to visit France.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the nuclear agreement reached between Iran and six world powers should pave the way for further promotion of ties between Tehran and Europe.
BP says it looks for opportunities in Iran’s upstream oil industry as the country prepares to roll out new contracts for boosting recovery from its ageing fields.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius voiced willingness of his country’s multinational firms to resume operation in Iran.
Secretary of the Human Rights Headquarters Mohammad-Javad Larijani on Wednesday strongly criticized Ahmed Shaheed, UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran, saying ‘This man has turned into an actor of the media involved in anti-Iran propaganda campaign.’
Visiting French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said here on Wednesday that Iran is an influential country in the region.
Iran and America will have “opportunities” for cooperation in tackling terrorism if the nuclear agreement is implemented successfully, according to the Islamic Republic’s deputy foreign minister.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif expressed hope that Iran-France relations could be developed in near future.
Iranian Parliament (Majlis) Speaker Ali Larijani says cooperation between Tehran and the European Union (EU) can contribute to the settlement of crises in the Middle East.
US Secretary of State John Kerry said that if Iran fails to comply with the terms of its nuclear deal, the US and the international community will quickly find out and will be able to “respond accordingly with every option available.”