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the pontiff and the president marking a historic moment at the Vatican Iran's Hasanlu Harney greeted with a handshake and smiled before sitting down to some serious diplomacy , from pope Francis a word of caution Tehran should learn to work with its neighbors to promote peace in the region and stop the spread of terrorism , it was a very productive meeting our table look at things in the way that I can are issued a statement which is very clearly said that Iran , player in the Middle East , you know Iran , %HESITATION president Assad of Syria with ground forces support also Hezbollah in Lebanon , and %HESITATION the Vatican and the pope clearly at %HESITATION the Iranian president that Iran should do its part to solve the problems of the Middle East , promoting and most importantly to stop the spread of terrorism and arms trafficking , running stripped to the Vatican is completely about religion and politics in the Middle East or unexpectedly is totally money dollar signs in Europe and , he appeared on big Bob deals with Italian company and he will do the same with French company Iran after the various embargoes and various sanctions etcetera needs brain power it needs all kinds of things that need to know how so all these country all these companies that have signed the contracts are going to give Iran the kind of technical know how many needs to make a leap Arab nearly a quarter of a century since the near the Iranian revolution in nineteen seventy nine Italy may have rolled out the red carpet that many nations , accused Iran of continuing to fund militant groups and despite January's nuclear deal the United States is keeping some of its financial sanctions in place because of Iran's links to organizations such as Hezbollah , that criticism barely heard in Rome there government eager to relaunch a strategic alliance with Tehran even covering need Roman statues on Rouhani's part to ensure the leader of the Islamic Republic wouldn't be offended