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France stresses need for Iran to respect nuclear accord
French authorities in a meeting Tuesday with an Iranian envoy stressed the need for Tehran to quickly respect the 2015 nuclear accord it has breached and 'make the needed gestures' to deescalate mounting tensions in the Persian Gulf region. A statement by the French Foreign Ministry said Seyed Abbas Araghchi gave a message to President Emmanuel Macron from Iranian leader Hassen Rouhani. Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, who met with Araghchi, is working with European partners on an observation mission to ensure maritime security in the Gulf, where tensions have mounted after Iran's seizure last Friday of a U.K.-flagged oil tanker.
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France seeks European surveillance to secure Gulf traffic
France says it's working with its European partners on an observation mission to ensure maritime security in the Persian Gulf, where tensions have climbed with Iran's seizure last week of a U.K.-flagged oil tanker. Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian made no mention of a Europe-led 'maritime protection mission' announced a day earlier by his British counterpart, Jeremy Hunt, offering instead what seems to be a softer version. France is working 'at this moment on a European initiative' with Britain and Germany, he told lawmakers, without elaborating.
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