Dubai: The President of Iran stated at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday that the United States may not impose “negotiations or war” against the Islamic Republic, given the long-standing tensions between Tehran and the enemies of the major power nuclear deal.
Hassan Rouhani told the UN Annual UN General Assembly: “Iran is not a bargaining chip in the US election and domestic policy. After the upcoming US election, any US government has no choice but to succumb to Iran’s Resilience.” A video message.
Since President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from Iran’s nuclear agreement with world powers in 2018 and unilaterally imposed sanctions that put the Islamic Republic’s economy in trouble, the confrontation between the United States and Iran has intensified. Trump hopes to reach a broader agreement with the clerical ruler in Tehran to further restrict Iran’s nuclear program, stop its development of ballistic missiles, and end support for the proxy forces in the Middle East.
Unless Washington lifts sanctions on Tehran and returns to the original agreement, Iran refuses to hold talks with the United States. In retaliation for pressure from the United States, Tehran reduced its compliance with the nuclear capacity restrictions stipulated in the agreement. Trump said in his UN speech earlier on Tuesday: “We withdrew from the terrible Iran nuclear agreement and imposed cruel sanctions on the world’s major terrorist sponsors.” Iran denies supporting terrorism.
The Trump administration imposed new sanctions on Iran on Monday in support of the U.S.’s assertion that all United Nations sanctions on Tehran that were lifted under the 2015 agreement will now be restored. This move was opposed by key European allies and US opponents such as Russia and China.
Speaking of Trump, Rouhani said: “This is not only a victory for Iran, but also a victory for the international community-in the international order of the post-Western world transition-hegemonic aspirants are insulted in this self-created isolation. “administrative. French President Macron said in his speech to the UN General Assembly that the Trump administration’s “maximum pressure” campaign on Iran has so far failed. Macron rejected US efforts to restore United Nations sanctions against Tehran because Washington has withdrawn from the nuclear agreement.