Iranian FM says Tehran and Europe 'need one another'

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February 20, 2012 15:45

 
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Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Salehi took a conciliatory tone on Tehran's relations with Europe on Monday, saying that Europeans and Iran need one another, Iran's Mehr News reported.

Salehi said he believes relations with Europe will soon return to their "earlier state," adding that the current deteriorated state of ties cannot continue for long.

"Europeans cannot be needless of us, and Iran, due to its old relations with European countries, needs Europe," he said.

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