Iran's president Hassan Rouhani said that Iran will remain inside the deal along with the EU, Russia and China, despite President Trump's decertification. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Tehran where she's just spoken with Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who negotiated the deal on behalf of Iran.
Within an hour of President Trump's announcement that he would not certify Iran's compliance with the nuclear deal, Iran's president took to the air and pushed back hard. President Hassan Rouhani called Mr. Trump's accusations abusive and downright wrong. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Tehran, Iran.
President Donald Trump's speech in which he outlined an aggressive new strategy against Iran shows the US is "more than ever isolated in its opposition to the nuclear deal", President Hassan Rouhani said Friday. Rouhani spoke in a televised...Show More Summary
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Friday his country "will continue to stick to" the nuclear deal, calling it "much stronger" than U.S. President Donald Trump thinks. Rouhani spoke on state … Click to Continue »
Iran will remain committed to a multinational nuclear deal as long at it serves the country’s national interests, and its ballistic missile program will expand despite pressure from the United States, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Friday. Responding to U.S. President Donald...
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani lashed out at Donald Trump Wednesday charging that U.S. opposition to the Iranian nuclear deal has only united all Iranians and brought sympathy toward Tehran from … Click to Continue »
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani lashed out at US counterpart Donald Trump on Tuesday, saying he was opposing "the whole world" by trying to abandon a landmark nuclear agreement. "If the US wants to take a hostile position regarding an international agreement which is approved by the UN Security Council... Show More Summary
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani defended the nuclear deal with Western powers Saturday and said that U.S. President Donald Trump could not undermine it.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani defended the nuclear deal with Western powers Saturday and said that U.S. president Donald Trump could not undermine it. “In the nuclear negotiations and agreement we reached issues and benefits that are not reversible. No one can turn that back, not Mr. Trump...
Iran's president is defending the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, saying not even 10 Donald Trumps can roll back its benefits to his country. Hassan Rouhani's comments Saturday come … Click to Continue »
Ankara (Reuters) - Iran and Turkey will work together to confront the disintegration of Iraq and Syria to ease tension in the crisis-hit region, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday after meeting with his Turkish counterpart in Tehran.
Analysts say Turkish president has much more at stake in his meeting with his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani.
Tehran will defend itself on the world stage on Wednesday with President Donald Trump threatening to trigger a new international crisis by pulling out of the Iran nuclear accord. Iran's President Hassan Rouhani is to address the United...Show More Summary
Hassan Rouhani, the Iranian president warned Donald Trump that the US would pay dearly if he scrapped the nuclear deal signed by the Obama administration. In a wide-ranging interview with CNN, Mr Rouhani also rounded on Mr Trump's diplomacy by Twitter, saying that his tweets were often at odds with other members of his administration. Show More Summary
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani warned Tuesday that the United States would forfeit the trust of the international community if it abandons a nuclear accord with Tehran. "If the United States were not to adhere to the commitments and...Show More Summary
Iran's president says he is "inviting" the U.S. to dinner as he heads to New York for the U.N General Assembly. President Hassan Rouhani used an analogy of a dinner … Click to Continue »
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said Wednesday that threats by the United States had pushed North Korea to test nuclear weapons and were a "dangerous game for the entire world". "Why has North Korea chosen this path today which has worried...Show More Summary
ANKARA (Reuters) - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani accused the country's Sunni rival Saudi Arabia of backing terrorists in Yemen’s war, state TV reported on Tuesday.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - The Iranian parliament voted on Sunday to keep the oil and foreign ministers, two of pragmatist President Hassan Rouhani's key members of cabinet, in their posts.