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  1. Statement by Martin Briens, Deputy Permanent Representative of France to the United Nations, on Iran

    Governments » France » Permanent Mission to the United Nations June 23, 2011 Mr. President, I would like to thank Ambassador Osorio for his quarterly report. The final report by the Panel of Experts delivered last month to the Council painted an alarming ...

  2. G7 Non-Proliferation Directors Group: Statement (Excerpts)

    Governments » United States » Executive Branch » Department of State Governments » Canada » Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Governments » France » Ministry of Foreign Affairs Governments » Germany » Foreign Ministry Governments » Ita ...

  3. The Full Implementation of the Iranian Nuclear Agreement and of Resolution 2231 Is an Imperative Both for Non-Proliferation and for the Stability of the Middle East

    Statement by Mr. Nicolas de Rivière, Permanent Representative of France to the United Nations Governments » France » Ministry of Foreign Affairs June 30, 2021 Mr. President, I thank the Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs, the Head of the Europe ...

  4. Opening Speech by the President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron (Excerpts)

    Governments » France » President September 13, 2017 [...] Iran's Nuclear Program  With this in mind, I want to confirm here, very clearly, France’s commitment to the Vienna agreement on the Iranian nuclear programme, which I hope will be strictly com ...

  5. Joint Statement from Prime Minister Theresa May, Chancellor Angela Merkel, and President Emmanuel Macron following President Trump’s Statement on the United States' New Iran Strategy

    We, the Leaders of France, Germany and the United Kingdom take note of President Trump’s decision not to recertify Iran’s compliance with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action to Congress and are concerned by the possible implications. ...

  6. French Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Iran Q&A- Excerpts from the Daily Press Briefing

    Governments » France » Ministry of Foreign Affairs October 16, 2017 Q- The Iranian nuclear agreement was negotiated down to the last comma, and is set to expire in 2025, which Washington wants to change. By indicating that France is ready to take part in ...

  7. Q&A with France's Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs Spokesperson (Excerpts)

    Governments » France » Ministry of Foreign Affairs November 13, 2017 [...] Iran has not responded to France, which wants to supplement the Iranian nuclear agreement with "negotiations" on Iran's ballistic activities and a "discussion&q ...

  8. France- Excerpts from Q&A on Iran during Daily Press Briefing

    Governments » France » Ministry of Foreign Affairs November 30, 2017 Q – The President repeated yesterday that the Iranian nuclear agreement should be supplemented by a discussion and a structured agreement on ballistic missiles and Iran’s role in the reg ...

  9. France: Iran Has Not Violated its Nuclear Commitments

    Remarks to the press by Mr. François Delattre, Permanent Representative of France to the United Nations Governments » France » Permanent Mission to the United Nations December 19, 2017 On Iran and the nuclear issue, I’d like to emphasize that the JCPoA is ...

  10. French Foreign Minister Le Drian’s Participates in a Ministerial Meeting with Javad Zarif

    A meeting between the French, British and German ministers of foreign affairs and their Iranian counterpart, together with the high representative of the European Union for foreign affairs and security policy, took place today in Brussels. Governments » F ...

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