French ex-premier: Iran's interests should be safeguarded in talks
French former Prime Minister Dominique De Villepin said Iran's legal and legitimate rights should be protected in nuclear talks, IRNA reported.
He made the remarks in Valdai International Political Club session in the port city of Sochi on Friday.
He said Iran's nuclear problem is an important international issue, which the world is trying to solve.
Dominique de Villepin noted that in Iran's nuclear negotiations there is a feeling of non-confidence.
He said there is, however, an opportunity to remove the non-confidence feeling and the two sides should observe each other's interests.
French former premier said acts of certain western countries under leadership of the USA, which adopt unilateral policies in international relations, is a factor of emerging this non-confidence feeling.