Iran FM spokesman says France should know Iranian missiles are 'not negotiable'

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December 4, 2017 08:28
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BEIRUT - France should know that Iran’s missile program is not an issue that can be negotiated, Iran’s foreign ministry spokesman, Bahram Qassemi, said in an interview with state media on Monday.



"French official, other officials, who want to speak about Iran’s affairs need to pay attention to the deep developments that have come to pass in the region in past decades and the big changes between the current situation and the past,” Qassemi said Monday, according to state media.



"The Islamic Republic of Iran will definitely not negotiate on defense and missile issues."

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