Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (R) greets his French counterpart Laurent Fabius prior to their talks in Tehran on July 29, 2015. AFP PHOTO / BEHROUZ MEHRI
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On the first visit to Iran for 12 years by a French foreign minister, Laurent Fabius conveyed an invitation from President Francois Hollande to Iran's President Hassan Rouhani to visit France in November, Iranian media said.If Rouhani accepts, he will be the first Iranian president to make a state visit to France since 1999 . France hopes to secure business in Iran once Western sanctions are lifted under the nuclear deal, and Fabius said last week that his tough stance in last month's negotiations would not stand in the way of French commercial opportunities.
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