French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius considered it stills early to note the results of the Geneva negotiations on the Iranian nuclear issue, and the past requires that Paris opens up but "carefully." The minister told the French Senate that "several important meetings were held in Geneva where the nuclear problems were discussed. Everything has been discussed (...) but it is early to know the conclusions since we know Iran since years, while Ali Khamenei remains the supreme leader, this requires that we open up but “carefully.”
"Since the election of President Rohani in Iran, the tone has certainly changed. It is expected that this change would be well applied. We follow this with great attention, but France is a force for peace and does not confuse appearances with reality, "he followed.