Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has called for rapid and accurate implementation of existing deals with France.
President Rouhani said the prompt and accurate implementation of the existing deals will contribute to the expansion of Tehran-Paris ties in political, economic, cultural and scientific spheres.
At a meeting with visiting French National Assembly President Claude Bartolone in Tehran, President Rouhani added that Iran’s nuclear deal with the world has created a new atmosphere for cooperation and the sides should get the best use from the created chances.
Rouhani further called for cooperation in resolving the regional crises and expressed his concerns over the Syrian conflict.
Saying that diplomacy is the true solution to end the Syrian conflict, he urged for cooperation in combating terrorism.
Following the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA/nuclear deal) earlier this year, Iran and France agreed on a number of commercial deals during Rouhani’s late January visit to Paris.
A $24 billion contract for Iran’s purchasing 118 Airbus planes was among the major deals inked during the milestone visit.