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Resolving bank issues to help Iran-France ties

TEHRAN, Oct. 04 (MNA) – The new Iranian Ambassador to Paris, Ablqasem Delfi, met with 62 members and representatives in ARUA and urged for resolution of banking issues for better interactions between Iran and France.

“The nuclear agreement has put us into a new era of relations with other countries, and we are ready to develop joint endeavors with EU member states especially France,” said Iran's new ambassador to France, Abolqasem Delfi, on Tuesday in Paris.

The diplomat made the remark in his meeting with the members of (Association pour la Recherche Urbaine et Architecturale (ARUA)) and the Head of the association Arnaud François. The meeting was held at the special residence of Iranian ambassador in Paris.

“Iran-France relations are very old and we hold that the new policies undertaken by French President and the policy of dialogue of President Rouhani can help the two countries take more steps forward for tapping economic and political potentials of the two countries with better appreciation and understanding,” stated the Iranian envoy to Paris.

The Iranian envoy asserted that resolving banking problems will help to boost trade and economy transactions between the two countries. He maintained that considering Iranian government’s support for foreign investment in Iran, resolving banking problems will fruit positive results in enhancing the level of bilateral relations.

Some members of the French association, took advantage of the opportunity, took the podium to address the meeting and recount their efforts for furthering the cause of economic activities for enhancing urban development.

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