The iranian President Hassan Rouhani addresses the 73rd session of the un General Assembly, Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018 at U. N. headquarters. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
TEHRAN, Iran – the iranian president said on Thursday that the U. N. security council meeting chaired by the President, Donald Trump, who the previous day reflected in America’s growing isolation from the international community.
“No-one backed by the United States, leaving America in a unique historical and political isolation,” said Hassan Rouhani, speaking to reporters at Tehran airport after his return from New York, where he addressed the U. N. General Assembly.
According to the Iranian leader, Trump achieved the opposite of what he had hoped for — in the security council of the meeting, 14 countries, either directly or indirectly are covered by the nuclear agreement between Iran, the United States and five other major powers.
“Very interesting, someone invites the leaders of a U. N. Security Council, after himself walking on a resolution by the very same council,” Rouhani said, referring to the resolution of the council that the backup landmark 2015 nuclear deal.
Trump pulled America out of the agreement, in May and has been re-impose sanctions on Iran.
On Wednesday, Rouhani told reporters at the United Nations that the U.S. withdrawal from the deal was “a mistake” and that he believes that America “sooner or later” to support the deal.
Rouhani also referred to the laughter in the General Meeting of the target on Tuesday at the Trump in his speech boasted of the economy of America and what he described as an unprecedented feat of his government.
The public — that many leaders of other countries who were listening to a translation through headphones — started to chuckle. Some broke into outright laughter.
“All in the hall laughed,” Rouhani claimed. “America achieved nothing at the General Meeting.”