French President Emmanuel Macron discussed with his Iranian counterpart, Hasan Rohaní, how to re-establish dialogue with all parties on Tehran's nuclear program and expressed his "strong concern" about the risk that the agreement will be even more weakened. .
In a statement, the Elysee explained that the two leaders agreed to "explore from here to July 15 the conditions to restore dialogue between all parties."
In the coming days, added the French presidency, Macron "will continue its consultations with the Iranian authorities and with the international partners involved in the necessary de-escalation of the tensions" around the Iranian nuclear program.
The telephone conversation between the two presidents, which lasted more than an hour, comes five days after Iran exceeded the limit of 300 kilograms of enriched uranium to 3.6%.
That is the cap that allows the commitment signed in 2015 with Germany, China, France, the United States, the United Kingdom and Russia, by which Tehran agreed to limit the scope of its atomic program in exchange for the lifting of sanctions.
A commitment that last year left the United States, which has also imposed new sanctions on Iran that particularly affect its oil exports, vital to its economy.
Macron, in addition to pointing out to Rohaní his concern about the risk of that agreement being weakened, made him notice the consequences that would derive from it, alluding to the possibility of new breaches.
Tehran advanced in May that was going to break two of its commitments of the 2015 pact in protest of the self-exclusion of the United States and the sanctions that Washington applies.
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