“Joint Measure for a Safer World” reads:
“After years of tough but constructive negotiations, at the invitation of my colleague Mohammad Javad Zarif, I will visit Tehran and I am pleased with this trip, IRNA quoted.
The French have always been attracted by Iran, especially the heritage of this ancient culture and the share of this country in the history of science and thought.
Iranian students have done wonders to us; they are the image of Iran at the French universities and are shining well. Today conditions are ripe for the improvement and promotion of exchanges between the two countries.
Important nuclear agreement of July 14 is a rotation.
In order to make this rotation a success, it is necessary for the parties to implement the commitments they have undertaken in accordance with the agreed calendar.
It is only upon this provision that efforts that all parties have made will make confidence possible.
For long, owners of industries in the two countries have been cooperating with each other.
The French technology and products are creditable and we know that are responsive to the demands of the consumers and Iranian entrepreneurs.
From now on, new prospects will be opened for the two countries and we can proceed even farther in economic cooperation.
Therefore, the way is open for the resumption and continuation of bilateral talks. France which is a power of security and peace always, and even at the time when approaches were different, has had relations with Iran based on respect and precision.
It is upon such a mentality that I travel to Iran and will discuss all the issues with the Iranian officials on the basis of this same mentality.
We will especially talk about issues related to peace and security in the Middle East, a region which is entangled with high tensions.
Iran as an influential country can play a positive role in confronting with these crises and disasters. The agreement we have achieved has created specific responsibilities for Iran and for us.
We seek to take measure for a safer world and it is necessary for Iran to possess all its shares in this world. This is the message I take to Tehran.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development of the Republic of France”.
According to reports, the French delegation is due to visit Iran tomorrow, Wednesday July 29.