As the July 20 deadline approaches for a comprehensive agreement on the Iranian regime's nuclear weapons program, and one year after the 'election' of Hassan Rouhani as president, Iranians from all over the world will gather in Paris on June 27 to meet on issues concerning Iran, according to IranGathering.com
Nearly 100 dignitaries and 500 parliamentarians from the US, France, Europe, Canada, Australia and the Middle East will take part in the event.
In addition to the main meeting, the gathering will include several side events focusing on particular issues.
Iranians and hundreds of international dignitaries will announce acceptable conditions for a nuclear agreement, and particularly the necessary steps needing to be taken by the mullahs in order to ensure Tehran will not acquire a nuclear bomb.
The state of Iran one year after Hassan Rouhani took office, repression of the population and the deteriorating human rights situation, and the policy of Western countries towards Tehran will be addressed at the meeting.
Participants will also demand guarantees for the security and protection of the Iranian refugees in Camp Liberty, Iraq, who are protected persons under the Geneva Conventions, and have suffered repeated attacks by the Iraqi government and at the behest of the Iranian regime.