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Iranians in France protest at French FM statement on Iran

Paris, Sept 24, IRNA - Iranian community residing in France in a rally in Paris on Sunday protested to the recent statement of French foreign minister about Iran and called for a peaceful solution to Iran's nuclear issue.
In a two-hour gathering at Trocadero Square in central Paris they condemned any military attempt against their homeland and called for establishment of peace and security in the world.
They said in a statement that what French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner has said about Iran was incredible and a cause of wonder.
The statement said Kouchner has unbelievably turned his back on his principled policy of condemning the US attack on Iraq four years ago which he rightly stood by and proved right by the consequences of that war.
Head of the Iranian community in France Ali Rastbin said during the rally that a just diplomatic solution in accordance with international laws and regulations should be found for Iran's nuclear issue. He said the Iranian community in Frnace on behalf of all Iranians in Europe vigorously condemns any military attempt against Iran with or without UN consent.
In a statement read by the spokesman of the community at the end of the demonstration, any threatening and destructive attempt by foreigners and any illegal act depriving Iranians of their political, social and economic rights have been rejected. The statement calls for peace in a world which would secure equal rights and freedom for all regardless of their religion, gender or race. It has also underlined the fact that any attack on Iran would be considered violation of international laws and the UN charter.
They also called on the French foreign minister and secretary general of International Atomic Energy Agency to visit all Iranian nuclear plants and safeguard Iran's nuclear rights through an international solution.

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