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Publish Date: 15:26 - 06 October 2017
TEHRAN, October 6 - Iranian Minister of Agriculture Mahmoud Hojjati is in France to attend Iran-France second joint agricultural commission which is going to be held on Saturday.

Iran’s minister in France for joint agricultural commissionTEHRAN, Young Journalists Club (YJC) - He also took part in an international animal husbandry exhibition in the city of Clermont-Ferrand in which Iran set up a booth.

Hojjati also met with presidents of private companies working in animal husbandry field.

Earlier in May, French President Emmanuel Macron in a congratulatory message to his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani underlined the need for broadening of mutual cooperation between Paris and Tehran, specially in economic and trade fields.

The French president vowed to do his utmost for deepening of economic, scientific and cultural relations with Iran during his tenure as French president.

President Macron also called for resolving the Middle East crises, and expressed the hope that the new government in Iran will help to help the two countries further expand their mutual cooperation.

In relevant remarks in March, French Finance Minister Michel Sapin called for resuming banking relations with Iranian banks.

"It’s our aim and our will to normalized banking ties with Iran even if it can’t be done in one day," Sapin told reporters after his meeting with Iranian Economy Minister Ali Tayyebnia in Tehran.

The French finance minister reiterated that Tehran and Paris cannot broaden their economic ties unless they normalize their cooperation in the banking field.

"France's big banks are international banks. They work around the world, including in the US. It is therefore normal that they worry about respecting American rules with regards to their American activities… I can't blame them, but they need to rebuild trust…We can work with them to understand the rules and find good reasons to work towards developing our relations," Sapin said.


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