France says Israeli information on Iran underscore need for long-term assurances

PARIS - France's Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday that information provided by Israel of Iran's past nuclear weapons program could be a basis for long-term monitoring of Tehran's nuclear activities.
The ministry said Israeli intelligence information presented on Monday in part confirmed the non-civilian nature of the program revealed by European powers in 2002, but that it merely proved the need to ensure the nuclear deal and U.N. inspections remained.
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