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France's Macron Urges More Dialogue With Iran

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France's Macron Urges More Dialogue With Iran

France's Macron Urges More Dialogue With Iran

On Monday French President Emmanuel Macron said he regretted Iran’s announcement that it would exceed the allowed enriched uranium limit, but that Paris would hold talks with Iran and its partners to avoid any further escalation in the region.

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