Iranian President: The US is barrier to negotiations

Iranian President: The US is barrier to negotiations
# 27 September 2019 16:34 (UTC +04:00)

President Hassan Rouhani said on Friday that the US is a barrier to negotiations while Iran is not afraid of negotiation thanks to its logic and rationality, APA reports citing IRNA.

Speaking at a press conference with representatives of international media in New York on Thursday evening, President Rouhani said direct talks with the US were not impossible, provided that Washington reverses its hostile policies.

"We want the US to remove the precondition for talking to Iran, including its maximum pressure campaign against the Iranian nation" before any talks could be possible, he added.

“This year, we had a very intensive schedule, mainly discussing the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and how to implement nuclear agreements, as well as the stability and sensitivity and the need for peace and security in the region and the end of the bloodshed in Yemen,” the president noted.

At the 74th Session of the UN General Assembly, we presented the Hormuz Peace Endeavour (HOPE) initiative to indicate that constructive dialogue is the only way out of regional problems, Rouhani said.

“In some cases, we have had some success in our negotiations and in some cases we still have to pursue the matter until our efforts to bear fruit,” he stated.

We told European leaders that if there was a free and fair atmosphere, we would be ready to negotiate, President Hassan Rouhani stated adding that"I told European leaders when they were ready to discuss the 5 + 1 meeting, we announced "Just an Hour", We are ready.

President Hassan Rouhani after attending and delivering a keynote speech at the 74th United Nations General Assembly in New York followed by four days of intensive talks with leaders of the European, Asian and African countries, arrived in Tehran Friday afternoon.

During his stay, President Rouhani held bilateral talks with several world leaders to discuss a range of issues, including the 2015 nuclear deal and his peace initiative for the Persian Gulf region.

Speaking in a press conference with representatives of international media in New York on Thursday evening, Rouhani said, “This year, we had a very intensive schedule, mainly discussing the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), how to implement the nuclear agreement, regional stability and sensitivity, the need for peace and security in the region as well as putting an end to the bloodshed in Yemen."

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