Cameron called Brohani after a decade of severance relations
Cameron called Brohani after a decade of severance relations

British Prime Minister David Cameron telephoned Iranian President Hassan Rohani, condemning the attack on Iranian embassy in Beirut, describing the attack as unprovoked act, expressing his condolences.

Cameron's call came on the eve of resuming negotiations on Iran's nuclear program in Geneva, where the two sides discussed the improvement in relations between Britain and Iran, that leads to appointing of non-residents charge d'affaires last week, in addition to the "significant progress" in the negotiations on the Iranian nuclear program and the need to find a "political solution" in Syria .

 

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