French FM to Lausanne, likely for Iran talks

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius will be flying on Saturday morning to Lausanne, Switzerland, AFP reports, quoting the French Foreign Ministry.

“Laurent Fabius is scheduled to go to Lausanne Saturday morning upon his return from New York, where he will head a public debate of the Security Council on the situation of Eastern Christians and other minorities persecuted in the Middle East,” says Quai d’Orsay spokesman Romain Nadal.

The official statement did not mention Iran. US Secretary of State John Kerry, however, is already in Lausanne for talks with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif.


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