French FM in Tehran to persuade Iran to cut down on missiles
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves le Drian is in Tehran, sent by the European Union for a mission that might rescue the 2015 nuclear accord from President Donald Trump’s plan to dump it in May. The FM came to persuade Iranian leaders to curtail their ballistic mission program and their military intervention in Syria and Yemen, a mission impossible since they have announced adamantly that none of these issues were open to discussion. On Sunday, President Emmanuel Macron tried talking his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani, round to meeting the French foreign minister half way. The French president is intent on mediating between the Trump administration and Tehran.
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so typical of the french they will only fail ! they are dealing with muslims not sain people
dude don’t be so prejudiced. the french are one useless country never won a war in history. and why the hell would Iranians give up the missles to pave the way for US to once again implement a coup like when they did with Mosadegh?
mosadegh was already a dictator and iranians wanted to get rid of an unpopular prime minister. usa only helped at their request
The french/west want iran to cut sown on missiles so nato can vaporise iran and take the oil/gas.
same old story…
in 3 – 5 yrs france will have a “moderate” muslim president lol
your naive–just want to neutralize Iran as a threat to the mid-east. If the west wanted to vaporize Iran it could have done so many years