Europe 1 with AFP 9:55 p.m., November 30, 2022
Nicolas Roche, the French ambassador to Iran, was summoned to the Iranian Foreign Ministry on Wednesday after the French parliament adopted a resolution condemning restrictions on women's freedoms in Iran.
The text also calls for the release of seven tricolor detainees.
The French ambassador to Tehran, Nicolas Roche, was summoned to the Iranian Foreign Ministry on Wednesday, after the French parliament adopted a resolution condemning the restriction of women's freedoms and rights in Iran, the report reported. Irna agency.
During this meeting, Iran raised a "strong protest against the baseless accusations" of the French authorities and condemned "the unacceptable interventions of this country", also indicated the official agency.
"Brutal and widespread repression"
The French National Assembly unanimously adopted a resolution on Monday in "support for the Iranian people".
The text "condemns in the strongest terms the brutal and widespread repression" against "non-violent demonstrators", "denounces the use of torture" and "affirms its support for the Iranian people in their aspiration to democracy and respect for their fundamental rights and freedoms".
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In addition, he "demands the immediate release" of the seven French nationals "arbitrarily detained" in this country.
During the session, Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna castigated the Iranian regime's "massive use of arbitrary detention, censorship and violence".
"Faced with the legitimate aspirations of Iranian women and men, it is repression that descends," she said.