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  1. Communication Dated January 13, 2006 Received from the Permanent Missions of France, Germany and the United Kingdom to the IAEA (INFCIRC/622)

    Multilateral Organizations » International Atomic Energy Agency » Other IAEA Document Governments » France » Ministry of Foreign Affairs January 18, 2006 The Chairman of the Board of Governors received on 16 January 2006 a communication dated 13 January 2 ...

  2. E3/EU Statement on the Iran Nuclear Issue

    Multilateral Organizations » European Union Governments » France » Ministry of Foreign Affairs January 12, 2006 E3/EU ministers met in Berlin on 12 January 2006 to consider the situation following Iran‘s resumption on 9 January of enrichment related activ ...

  3. February 21, 2013 International Atomic Energy Agency Report on Iran

    Governments » France » Ministry of Foreign Affairs February 21, 2013 The information contained in the IAEA Director-General’s most recent report is very troubling and represents a further step in the wrong direction by Iran. The Agency notably provides ev ...

  4. Questions and Answers from Daily Press Briefing Concerning Iranian Election (Excerpts)

    Governments » France » Ministry of Foreign Affairs June 18, 2013... Q: What’s your reaction to Iranian President Hassan Rowhani’s first statements on the nuclear issue, notably his opposition to any suspension of the uranium enrichment program, and yet hi ...

  5. Statement by Minister of Foreign Affairs Laurent Fabius on the Iranian Presidential Election

    Governments » France » Ministry of Foreign Affairs June 15, 2013 "France notes the election of Mr Hassan Rouhani as President of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The international community has high expectations of Iran, particularly regarding her nucle ...

  6. Speech by Mr. François Hollande, President of the French Republic at the 67th U.N. General Assembly (Excerpts)

    Governments » France » President September 24, 2013... There’s also an urgent need to combat the greatest threat to global stability: I mean the proliferation of nuclear weapons. For years now, Iran has been ignoring the international community’s demands, ...

  7. Reply Given by Laurent Fabius, Minister of Foreign Affairs, to a Question in the Senate on Iran (Excerpts)

    Governments » France » Ministry of Foreign Affairs October 17, 2013 Since the election of President Rouhani in Iran, there's been an undeniable change of tone. We're waiting for this change of tone to be translated into a change of substance. Ye ...

  8. Press Briefing by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesman on the Iran Nuclear Issue (Excerpts)

    Governments » France » Ministry of Foreign Affairs October 16, 2013 Iran/nuclear issue... Q. –Are you encouraged so far by how the discussions are going in Geneva? If the negotiation makes progress, could France ease the bilateral sanctions on Iran, parti ...

  9. Remarks by Government Spokesperson Najat Vallaud-Belkacem

    Governments » France » Ministry of Foreign Affairs November 20, 2013 In initial remarks: The President returned to the topic of the current round of Iranian nuclear negotiations. You know that talks are underway, that they couldn’t be wrapped up a couple ...

  10. Reply Given by Mme Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, Minister for Women’s Rights, Government Spokesperson, to a Question in the National Assembly on the Iranian Nuclear Issue

    Governments » France » Ministry of Foreign Affairs January 13, 2014 Laurent Fabius, who can’t be here today, had the opportunity of telling you yesterday that there are no grounds for arguing about the agreement secured in Geneva. We’re talking about a se ...

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