International affairs analyst Sa’dollah Zare in interview with Fars pointing to the recent Iran-Six Majors negotiations and the unfavorable stance adopted by France said "What we have unfortunately witnessed in the past years is that the Security Council members which must be most avid in defending countries’ legal stances have themselves turned into the ones violating the 1951 convention.”
"It is to regret that the French Foreign Minister was influenced by the Zionist regime. That’s why he ignored international rules; which is the reason the stance adopted by Paris was met with unfavorable reactions at the international level,” he further asserted.
Zare maintained "France failed to understand the depth of what the US was after. It was taken in by the American scheme. Paris did not make a sound analysis of the stance adopted by the US, which used the country in the way it did, assigning it a harsh role.”
He further believed it impossible for the Six Majors to reach a unanimous say in one week as needed for them to join the Geneva talks once more on November 21.