Tehran (IP)- The deputy chairman of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of the Iranian parliament said that the French president, instead of interfering in the Islamic Republic of Iran's foreign policy, should fulfill his obligations in the JCPOA.

Iran Press/Iran News: In an exclusive interview with Iran Press, Abbas Moqtadaei said about the French President's request for adding Saudi Arabia to the nuclear talks: "The French played the role of a bad policeman during the JCPOA, and the interests of the Iranian people were not in their interest, and they are now among the three European countries that violate the JCPOA."

Moqtadaei stated that the French president is not able to comment on Iran's foreign policy and that the JCPOA case is over and France has not acted well on it.

Addressing the President of France, Moqtadaei stressed that the Islamic Republic of Iran decides what to do as an independent state.

The deputy chairman of the Iranian parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission also said that Saudi officials were also advised to end the war and bloodshed in Yemen and contribute to the Islamic world's unification by fulfilling their historical role.


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