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The Iranian president’s wife, Jamileh Alamolhoda has written a letter to French First Lady Brigitte Marie-Claude Macron to ask the French president to stop his complicity in the Gaza war and take an immediate measure to stop the bloodshed in the blockaded territory.
The embassy of Iran in the French capital is functioning normally in the wake of an attack on its building by a group of anti-Revolution elements, an embassy spokesperson has confirmed.
Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi, in a phone call with his French counterpart Emanuel Macron, said the parties to nuclear negotiations aimed at lifting the anti-Tehran sanctions and saving the 2015 nuclear agreement, must avoid politicized and unconstructive behavior.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron held a telephone conversation over a range of issues for 90 minutes, according to Deputy Chief of Staff for Political Affairs to Iran’s President Mohammad Jamshidi.
The French Foreign Minister says Paris is gravely concerned over what is unfolding in the Gaza Strip.
Iran’s Embassy in Dublin said Tehran has pardoned and freed a French-Irish citizen serving time in prison for national security-related crimes.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian has stated that Tehran and Paris have a common stance their negotiations should continue based on mutual respect aimed at overcoming the existing challenges.
Spokesperson for Iran’s Foreign Ministry Nasser Kanaani has decried the organizers of the Munich Security Conference (MSC) for ignoring the Iranian nation’s support for the Islamic establishment and inviting a number of anti-Tehran ‘clowns’ who have no identity to the meeting.
Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi has warned France about the danger of extremism’s domination in the European country.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman has rejected as unconstructive the recent claims of French President Emmanuel Macron over Tehran's nuclear program.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian had told his French counterpart Catherine Colonna that France has incited the recent unrests and deadly riots in Iran, describing it as unfriendly.
A group of Iranian students hold a gathering outside the French embassy in Tehran, protesting French Magazine Charlie Hebdo's insulting move in publishing sacrilegious cartoons.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman has announced that France is not entitled to insult any religion and its followers under the pretext of "free speech." Nasser Kanaani has called on the French statesmen to observe the basic principles of international law.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has strongly condemned French magazine Charlie Hebdo’s recent insulting cartoons about the marjaeiyah and religious as well as human values of the Iranian people.
A group of Iranians have gathered outside the French Embassy in Tehran in protest against the recent insulting cartoons published by French magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Iran has announced the closure of the French Institute of Research, based in Tehran, in protest at the publication of insulting cartoons in the French magazine, Charlie Hebdo.
French Ambassador to Tehran Nicolas Roche was summoned to the Iranian Foreign Ministry on Wednesday afternoon after a French magazine published insulting cartoons of the Shia Marjaeya as well as Iran’s national and religious values.
The Iranian foreign minister has condemned a French magazine for its publication of insulting cartoons of Islamic Marjaeya.
A spokesman for Iran’s Judiciary says judicial authorities have not yet issued a verdict in the case of two French defendants on trial for allegedly instigating unrest in the Islamic Republic.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian says he raised the issue of France’s meddling in the country’s internal affairs during a round of talks with his French counterpart, Catherine Colonna, in Jordan.
An Iranian lawmaker says Iran's parliament will press legislation to downgrade ties with Britain. Esmail Kosari said MPs also want to push for reconsidering ties with France and Germany.
Around two hundreds of Iranian lawmakers have condemned France for "frequent instances of interference in the domestic affairs of the Islamic Republic under the guise of defending human rights, despite the European country’s own dark history of human rights abuses."