President in a phone call with his French counterpart: We call for full implementation of both sides’ commitments in JCPOA/ Tehran determined to ensure security in region, stop tension escalation
Presidents of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of France talked on the phone and discussed, bilateral, regional and international issues.
In the phone call that was made on Tuesday evening, Dr Hassan Rouhani said to President Emmanuel Macron of France, We call for full implementation of both sides' commitments in JCPOA.
Despite its living up to commitments, Iran hasn't still seen any considerable move by the other side, he continued.
The President also referred to the fact that the IAEA has explicitly announced Iran's commitment to the nuclear deal 14 times, calling for acceleration of Europe's actions and effective financial mechanism within the framework of the deal.
He also described the latest move by the US against IRGC as very provocative and unprecedented in the history of international relations.
If it were not for the devotion of the IRGC, today at least two regional countries were under the control of the ISIS, he continued.
He added, The Iranian government is determined to ensure security in the region and stop escalation of tensions.
The President also went on to appreciate the sympathy and humanitarian aids of France in the recent floods in Iran.
The French President expressed willingness for the development of TehranParis ties and said, France and its European partners are seriously pursuing their commitment to implement all JCPOA contents.
Emmanuel Macron added, France is closely following the developments in the region and will do whatever it can to make sure Iran's interests are secured.
France and its European partners will do whatever they can to persuade US to ease sanctions against Iran, and without a doubt, the role of Russia and China is very important in this regard, said Macron.
Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamic Republic of IRAN