Putin and macron called unacceptable the revision of the nuclear deal with Iran
President Vladimir Putin held a telephone conversation with President of France Emmanuel Macron, which stated the inadmissibility of the revision of the nuclear deal with Iran unilaterally. This is stated in the press service of the Kremlin.
The report notes that the conversation took place at the initiative of the French side. Putin told Him about the outcome of his trip to Iran. During the conversation the parties “spoke in favor of strict implementation of the Joint comprehensive plan of action to resolve the situation around the Iranian nuclear program.” The leaders emphasized “the inadmissibility of the revision of this important agreement unilaterally,” said the press service.
Putin and macron exchanged views on the situation around Syria.
In particular, they discussed the results of the seventh International meeting on Syria, held in Astana on 30-31 October. The heads of state “noted the importance of joint efforts in the context of the process of political settlement of the Syrian crisis,” the statement reads.
In addition, the sides discussed bilateral cooperation. The press service noted that the conversation “has been businesslike and constructive”.
Vladimir Putin visited Iran a one-day visit on Wednesday, November 1. In Tehran he met with the presidents of Iran and Azerbaijan Hassan Rouhani and Ilham Aliyev. In addition, the Russian President held separate talks with Rouhani and the spiritual leader and Supreme leader of Iran Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, as well as with Aliyev.
In a trilateral format, the sides discussed questions of transport and energy, fight against terrorism, the settlement of the legal status of the Caspian sea and trade. In particular, the parties discussed the Joint comprehensive plan of action (AGREEMENT) — the agreement on Tehran’s nuclear program, which was accepted by Germany, France, UK, USA, Russia, China and Iran in 2015. The agreement came into effect in January 2016.