Tehran (IP) - Iran's Vice president for political affairs announced that the French President held a 90-minute telephone conversation with his Iranian counterpart on Saturday.

Iran PressIran News: According to Iran's Vice president for political affairs Mohammad Jamshidi, the French President Emmanuel Macron stressed the country's enhancement of ties with the Islamic Republic of Iran.

President Raisi warns Macron of Europe's mistake in supporting Iran's unrest


The Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi attributed the mistake to the miscalculations of some European governments about Iran, leading them to fall into the trap of false information from hostile groups and terrorists.

The two leaders also explored ways to enhance bilateral relations and discussed regional developments, including talks on lifting sanctions.

Raisi emphasized the importance of avoiding interference in internal affairs and respecting national sovereignty.

In the latest update on negotiations surrounding the lifting of sanctions, the President highlighted Iran's cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and their repeated confirmation of Tehran's adherence to legal obligations.

The Iranian President emphasized the importance of avoiding any politicizing or non-constructive actions during these negotiations.

During discussions on regional issues, including the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, President Raisi reaffirmed Iran's firm stance against war and expressed his belief that diplomacy is the best solution.

Emmanuel Macron also emphasized France's desire to engage with Iran and called for continued talks between officials from both countries to strengthen their interactions.

Macron also stressed the importance of continuing negotiations to lift sanctions on Iran and acknowledged that the Islamic Republic of Iran could play a crucial role in resolving the crisis in Ukraine.



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