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Iranian legislators have called on the president to reconsider plans to forge closer economic cooperation with France and the UK in protest at their roles in passing an anti-Iran UN resolution.
Deputy foreign ministers of Iran and a number of European countries have discussed the latest developments in Yemen on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference.
An Iranian lawmaker says France is trying to keep US President Donald Trump satisfied by calling for extensive monitoring of Iran’s missile program, which is a red line for Tehran.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has dismissed recent remarks by French President Emmanuel Macron about Iran’s missile program, saying the comments were made with an unrealistic and biased approach to regional developments.
Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Seyyed Abbas Araqchi and Secretary-General of France's Foreign Ministry Maurice Gourdault-Montagne sat for talks over bilateral and international issues.
France’s Louvre Museum plans to showcase over 50 of its antiquities and artefacts in Tehran in an exhibition entitled “Louvre in Tehran” in early March.
The Islamic Republic’s national flag carrier Iran Air is to purchase brand-new aircraft with foreign financing.
A senior Iranian cleric says the Islamic Republic of Iran will not allow any foreign meddling in its missile program.
A senior Iranian commander has warned other countries, particularly France, against any interference in Iran’s internal affairs, including the country’s missile and defence program.
An Iranian conservative newspaper says the French foreign minister has made rude remarks about Iran and, hence, must not be allowed to enter the country.