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‘US can impose neither negotiations nor warfare’ on Iran, Rouhani tells UN Basic Meeting

‘US can impose neither negotiations nor war’ on Iran, Rouhani tells UN General Assembly


Addressing a session of the UN Basic Meeting, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani stated his nation is not going to give in to US strain and Washington is not going to bully Tehran, into neither “negotiations nor warfare.”

Talking on Tuesday on the UNGA – held this 12 months in a digital format because of the coronavirus pandemic – Rouhani blasted the latest US resolution to unilaterally re-impose now-defunct worldwide sanctions in opposition to Iran.

“The US can impose neither negotiations nor warfare on us,” Rouhani stated, insisting that “in the present day is the time to say ‘no’ to bullying and vanity.”

Life is difficult below sanctions. Nonetheless, more durable is life with out independence.

He expressed Iran’s gratitude to the nations who rejected Washington’s transfer. The US measure has not been significantly well-received, as 13 out of 15 UN Safety Council members firmly opposed it.

“I ought to categorical our appreciation to the presidents of the Safety Council for the months of August and September 2020, in addition to to 13 of its members–particularly Russia and China–who twice stated a decisive and resounding ‘no’ to the illegal US try to take advantage of the Council and its Decision 2231,” the president stated.

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The latest package deal of US sanctions in opposition to Tehran was unveiled by Washington on Monday, focusing on Iran’s protection ministry. The announcement got here only a few days after the US declared “snapback” UN sanctions on Iran to be reimposed below the landmark 2015 nuclear deal, formally referred to as the Joint Complete Plan of Motion (JCPOA).

Washington unilaterally pulled out of the settlement again in 2018, accusing Iran of in some way violating its “spirit,” whereas different signatories of the multilateral treaty have repeatedly argued the US now now not has any say in imposing the deal.

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