Rouhani is pushing chance to Trump the UN conference, says the President of the trust took away from the relationship, in the Fox News interview

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The Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on tensions with the US during an exclusive interview with Chris Wallace.

The Iranian President Hassan Rouhani all but closed the door on potentially meeting with Mr Trump this week, and the fault of the commander-in-chief for damaging the relations between the two countries, in an exclusive interview with Fox News’ Chris Wallace on Tuesday.

Rouhani in New York, the General Assembly of the United Nations, was asked whether the possibility of the two leaders would talk to each other this week.

“Why should we happen to the other one?” the Iranian leader Wallace said. “If we try to pursue higher goals, to the benefit of both countries, both the people, it must be planned, and the discussions on the Basis of these plans.

“But before that, we need to create mutual trust, and trust is something that Mr. Trump took from this framework. We had an agreement. Mr Trump left, without a sound justification and it is illegal by an international agreement.



To speak “so, if the United States of America is the government is ready, it must create the necessary conditions.”

The comments came after Trump said on Sunday he got to meet “no intention” with Rouhani during a summit in New York City. “Nothing is off the table completely, but I have no intention of meeting with Iran,” Trump told reporters.

Later on Tuesday an exclusive interview with “Fox News Sunday” anchor Rouhani, pressed other Nations to say, under the signed on to the controversial deal, as you said agreed with the attitude that Trump took it, citing the UK, France and Germany, before you ask, if there was a chance, the United States and Iran may resume talks open.



Rouhani replied: “Well, if we continue negotiations with the United States of America for two years, and during a 17-day period, the foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the US Secretary of state, the continuous conversations without having to return to their countries. It was extremely difficult, but we have reached an agreement that was signed, and it was enshrined in the United Nations security Council resolution, and without a valid reason or cause, the United States, she left this agreement.

“So, the Foundation took the necessary trust. I think more than the issues he touched on, the basic needs Problem is trust, and Mr Trump damaged the trust between the two countries. So, this is very important.”

Rouhani suggested, an important way to the restoration of confidence, the removal of sanctions against his country, which he described as “a kind of terrorism would be.”

He continued: “the trust needs to be restored, and the restoration of confidence in the removal of the pressure imposed on the nation and people of Iran, show that there is a clear hostility, it is even against our children, our sick people, because we-they even have difficulties in the access to basic medicines and medical equipment.”

Rouhani went on, “This is a kind of terrorism. This is inhumane. And if it ends, then, of course, the atmosphere will change. Of course, then it can be thought of, and we talk about many different topics of common interest for both sides.”


Earlier in the interview, Rouhani claims that America, not Iran, was the main supporter of terrorism in the Middle East.

“I’m amazed about the interpretations of” Mr. Trump, vis-a-vis terrorism,” Rouhani said.

“Today, America, unfortunately, the supporters of terrorism in our region, and wherever America has gone, terrorism has expanded in the Wake.”

Rouhani pointed to a US military Intervention in Syria without the consent of President Bashar al-Assad as an example of what he considered to be such an American “terrorism.”

“The Land that is available and fly over the air space and the earth to bomb the country of Syria without the consent of the government of the United States of America.”

Wallace Rouhani on Trump’s U. N. speech earlier Tuesday in which he referred to Iran’s “blood lust” and “fanatical pursuit of nuclear weapons had the answer, asked” if the Iranian leader gave, the.

Earlier this month, Rouhani and the British Parliament said in a speech that Tehran would continue to distract Washington’s overtures for a bilateral meeting.

“There were a lot of offers for talks, but our answer will always be negative,” he said according to the BBC .


However, Iran would be open to multilateral talks if the United States agreed to scrap targets to its economic sanctions on Iran, pointed out to Rouhani.

In 2015, the P5+1 — the US, Britain, China, France and Russia plus Germany-is the author of a nuclear Pact with Iran and the European Union. President Trump announced last year that the US was leaving, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of action, which he called “the worst deal ever” for America, maintaining that Iran was against the deal.

Fox News’ Chris Wallace, Charles Creitz and Melissa Leon contributed to this report.

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