IAEA BoG resolution dealt blow to Iran's trust in talks

President Raeisi spoke by his French counterpart on Saturday during which he said issuing a resolution at the IAEA was a crisis-making action aimed at creating pressure against the Iranian nation.

Presidents of Iran and France Ebrahim Raeisi and Emmanuel Macron held a two-hour long phone call on Saturday afternoon to discuss ways to strengthen bilateral cooperation, as well as regional and international developments and major global challenges, including food and energy security.

In the conversation, Iran's President pointed to the significant growth of political and economic cooperation between Iran and different countries in the world, and considered the US sanctions against Iran to be inflicting losses on the global economy, especially the European economy.

Raeisi pointed out that "Had it not been for the security role the Islamic Republic played in the region, especially the fight against terrorism and the support of the territorial integrity and national sovereignty of countries, ISIL would declare a caliphate in Europe today."

He also emphasized that the solution to regional problems should be in the hands of the nations and governments in the region, denouncing any interference on the part of foreigners as against regional security and stability.

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