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US News Paris calls for restraint after the murder of Iranian researcher Mohsen Fakhrizadeh

23:00  30 november  2020
23:00  30 november  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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IRAN-NUCLEAIRE-SCIENTIFIQUE-FRANCE: Paris calls for restraint after the murder of Iranian researcher Mohsen Fakhrizadeh

PARIS APPELLE À LA RETENUE APRÈS LE MEURTRE DU CHERCHEUR IRANIEN MOHSEN FAKHRIZADEH © Reuters / WANA NEWS AGENCY PARIS CALLS FOR DEDUCTION AFTER THE MURDER OF IRANIAN RESEARCHER MOHSEN FAKHRIZADEH

PARIS (Reuters) - The French Foreign Ministry on Monday called for restraint to avoid "an escalation of tensions" after the assassination of Iranian nuclear specialist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, killed Friday in the suburbs of Tehran.

"We have learned of the attack which claimed the life of Mr. Fakhrizadeh with concern. In a tense regional context, we are closely following its repercussions in Iran and in the region," said the spokesperson for the Quai. d'Orsay during his daily press briefing.

"We call for restraint, to preserve the channels of dialogue and negotiation. In this context, we reiterate our calls to avoid an escalation of tensions", he added.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani blamed the murder of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh on Saturday on the Israeli government, which, like the Western powers, suspected him of having directed research aimed at providing the Islamic Republic with atomic weapons. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Supreme Leader of the Revolution, meanwhile promised reprisals.

(Jean-Philippe Lefief, edited by Jean-Michel Bélot)

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