France’s Hollande discussses Iran nuclear deal with Rouhani
French President Francois Hollande conferred with Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani Thursday on "conditions for implementing" the Iran nuclear accord, Hollande's office said. Hollande "expressed the wish for Iran to contribute positively to the resolution of crises in the Middle East," it added. The conversation marks the latest step by Western leaders to beef up contacts with Iran since the July 14 deal in Vienna.
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