Iran invites French FM to visit country so he can explain latest comments

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September 23, 2007 15:28

 
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Iran has offered French Former Minister Bernard Kouchner an open invitation to the country so that he may explain his latest comments regarding its nuclear activity, Israel Radio reported. Kouchner said last week that France must prepare for a possible war because of Teheran's uranium enrichment which the West alleges is a preface to the development of nuclear weapons. An Iranian Foreign Ministry official said that such a visit would clarify Iran's relationship with other countries in the region.

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