France, Iran agree to seek conditions to resume nuclear talks by July 15

By REUTERS
July 6, 2019 23:08
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French President Emmanuel Macron said on Saturday he and Iran's President Hassan Rouhani had agreed to seek conditions for a resumption of dialog on the Iranian nuclear question by July 15.

"The President of the Republic has agreed with his Iranian counterpart to explore by July 15 conditions to resume dialog between the parties," Macron's office said in a statement.

The statement added Macron will keep on talking with Iranian authorities and other involved parties to "engage in a de-escalation of tensions related to Iranian nuclear issue."

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