Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahian and French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna had a telephone conversation.

According to APA's Tehran office, the ministers discussed the latest state of bilateral relations and some important issues of interest during the telephone conversation.

Criticizing the interventionist statements of some French officials, he said that official Tehran always prefers the way of negotiations and diplomacy, but as you can see, our action in the confrontation approach is immediate, effective and mutual.

The head of the Iranian Foreign Ministry condemned the inappropriate and humiliating action of the French publication regarding the attack on religious saints, as well as the insulting of the holy book of Muslims in the European country, the Holy Quran.

H. Amirabdullahiyan emphasized the importance of directing cooperation between the two countries to dialogue and mutual activity.

In this telephone conversation, the French Foreign Minister spoke about the importance of relations between Tehran and Paris and said that France did not interfere in Iran's affairs.

Emphasizing the importance of maintaining relations between the two countries, Mrs. K. Colonna insisted on strengthening these relations through dialogue.