The Civil Aviation Organization (CAO) of Iran said the data from the black boxes of a Ukrainian passenger plane mistakenly shot down by Iran in January have been read in France and are going to be analyzed.
French Minister of the Economy, Finance and Recovery Finance Minster Bruno Le Maire said on Tuesday that France would not ban China’s Huawei from investing in the country, in contrast to Britain, which has decided to purge the firm’s equipment from its 5G network by 2027.
President Emmanuel Macron's security arrangements were brought into question on Wednesday after he was confronted by protesters calling for his resignation while strolling in a public garden on France's national holiday.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani in a message on Tuesday congratulated France’s government and nation on the European country’s national day and called for efforts to exploit the potentials for closer ties.
The head of the French cybersecurity agency, ANSSI, said there would not be a total ban on using equipment from Huawei in the rollout of the French 5G telecoms network, but that it was pushing French telcos to avoid switching to the Chinese company.
Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Legal and International Affairs Mohsen Baharvand said the process of decoding Ukrainian plane’s black box will start under the supervision of an Iranian team of experts in France on July 20.
Voters in France donned face masks to cast their ballots on Sunday in a delayed second round of country-wide municipal elections, a mid-term test for President Emmanuel Macron and his ruling party which could fail to win a single big city.
Iran's permanent representative to Vienna-based international organizations said a recent test of a French missile, which is capable of carrying multiple nuclear warheads, as well as nuclear test explosions proposed by the US, are in grave violation of international nuclear nonproliferation treaties.
Iran voiced concern over a recent test-firing of an intercontinental nuclear-capable ballistic missile by France, saying the test is inconsistent with the country’s international commitments and is in clear violation of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).