Paris, Nov 3, IRNA-French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy said in Paris on Wednesday to French Parliament members that France and the other two European countries are willing to open a new wound of nuclear talks with Iran.
According to the French TV Channel 3, Douste-Blazy made the comment in response to a question posed by a number of the French national assembly deputies, adding that during the November 24th conference France had announced its resolute stand on the need for permanent suspension of Iran's uranium enrichment activities.
He added that the EU, too, had consecutively, adopted a unified stand on the issue.
Douste-Blazy further asking for suspension of activities at Iran's Isfahan UCF facility, said that in case Iran would reject EU's new proposals, its dossier would be referred to the UN Security Council along with the report of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Chief Muhammad Elbaradei.
The French foreign minister meanwhile denounced recent anti-Israeli comments of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, arguing that France had always asked for land for the Palestinians in return for peace for the Israelis.
He added that Paris still recognizes the legitimacy and right to exist of Israel, as it always has.
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