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The Iranian President Hassan Rouhani calls for States bordering the Persian Gulf and the Hormuz region to join the coalition; Trey Yingst reports from Jerusalem.
The Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Thursday that his country, his delegation would be for the vote of the United Nations, moved from New York, if you have the chance, in the latest sign of escalating tensions with the United States on the sidelines of the U. N. General Assembly.
“If we are ever asked we will, of course, vote for him, for the headquarters of the United Nations to be transmitted to said the a safe and better country, not on the narrow point of view, we have the experience”, he said in reply to a question at a press conference. The U. N. appears to move any significant movement,
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He mentioned a number of cases, the Iranians will be excluded from entry into the U.S., The trump administration in this week’s limited a senior Iranian government officials and their families from entry into the United States
“For years, Iranian officials and their family members, have quietly taken advantage of America’s freedom and prosperity, among other things, due to the excellent educational, employment, entertainment and cultural opportunities in the United States,” Secretary of state Mike Pompeo said in a statement Thursday.
“Under this proclamation, the designated senior regime officials and their families, the entry into the United States allowed. No longer are the benefits of a free society elites, while the Iranian people are suffering under the regime of corruption and mismanagement.”
Rouhani accused the US of capital from its position as host to the U. N.
“This is the house of peace and house of communication with each other and America you do not have the advantage of his position as host, and grant loves of Visa which are America,” he said.
Rouhani spoke at a long press conference in which he accused the United States to remove the break-up of the 2015-Iran nuclear deal ” and called for the US sanctions before talks can occur between the two countries. President Trump had opened the door to talks with the Iranian regime, but also kept its “maximum pressure” campaign of sanctions against Tehran.
“If these conditions are of the table, and then of course, there is the opportunity, talk to America,” Rouhani said.
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Tensions between Iran and the United States escalation for more than a year ago, since Trump, the United States withdrew from the year 2015 Iran nuclear deal, after the US re-imposed economic sanctions against the Islamic Republic. Tehran has self-injured parts of the business, including the limits on enriched uranium. It also has the international community was enraged with their regional aggression and support for terror.
Trump on Tuesday in his speech before the U. N. General Assembly, said, to subsidize that “no responsible government, Iran’s bloodlust.”
He accused Iran of the leader of the “fueling the tragic wars in Syria and Yemen” and the “squandering their nation’s wealth in a fanatical pursuit of nuclear weapons and the means to deliver them.”
“We must never allow this to happen,” he said.
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The UK, France and Germany joined the United States in Iran, the blame for the attacks on oil installations in Saudi Arabia, a win for Trump, as he tries to mobilise support of other Nations its “maximum pressure” campaign.
Rouhani pointed a finger, instead of in Yemen, the rebels said that troops on the ground have more of the medium-range missiles, and have previously attacked, and parts of Saudi Arabia. He called on the countries, the evidence for the allegations that Tehran is responsible.
“Who’s making the allegations, must secure the necessary proof to such allegations,” he said.
Fox News’ rich Edson contributed to this report.