Iran, France to Hold Political Talks in Paris

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The fourth round of political talks between the Islamic Republic of Iran and France will be held in Paris on Wednesday, December 21.

The talks will be headed by Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Seyyed Abbas Araqchi and Secretary-General of France’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Maurice Gourdault-Montagne.

The talks will be held within the framework of a Memorandum of Understanding signed by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani during his visit to France.

These negotiations, which are regularly held in Tehran and Paris every six months, will be a mechanism within which the two countries develop their bilateral relations in various political, economic and cultural spheres.

Discussing the regional and international issues, especially developments in the Persian Gulf and the Middle East, are on the agenda of this round of talks.

In his two-day trip to Paris, Araqchi will also meet with French officials and deliver a lecture at the French Institute of International Relations.

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