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Iran, France Foreign Ministers Meet

TEHRAN, Jan. 25 (ISNA)- Iran's foreign minister at the sideline of Davos meeting met with his French counterpart Bernard Kouchner and the Azerbaijani president Ilham Aliev.

Since it has been clear that Iran's nuclear activities are only following peaceful purposes it's time for the Security Council to make up for its past policies and pave the way for the International Atomic Energy Agency to declare its technical views to the world, Manouchehr Mottaki said.

Kouchner for his part welcoming Iran's cooperation with the IAEA expressed hope the cooperation would continue up to final stages and Iran achieves its legal rights.

Meanwhile the two sides studying Lebanon's recent concerns expressed hope they would examine Lebanon's current conditions precisely and find out reasons for past failed efforts to decide logically.

They also conferred over Palestine's developments and stressed on approaches for supporting its nation.

Mottaki also in his visit with Ilham Aliev discussed over latest regional developments including challenges existing in Iraq and Palestine.

Since Zionist regime recently have placed the Palestinians in a quite regrettable situation and closed all roads of transmitting aids, it seems necessary for the Organization of the Islamic Countries (OIC) to hold an emergency meeting to find practical ways for dealing with the concerns, Mottaki added.

Ilham Aliev for his part said his country is ready to take part in such a conference.

The two sides also conferred over bilateral interests and highlighted their mutual agreements be put into practice.

Aliev also said boosting political ties and dispatching boards of media, parliaments and Friendship Associations are among ways for strengthening Tehran-Baku ties.

He also noted his country is ready to hold the Caspian Sea security meeting in Baku.

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