President Rouhani told North Korea’s foreign minister that the U.S. cannot be trusted


By: Middle East Affairs

Tehran’s state media stated that Iranian President Hassan Rouhani revealed to North Korea’s foreign minister that the United States can’t be trusted, as the United States looks for an arrangement to get control over the North’s atomic and rocket programs.

Previously on this week, Iran rejected a very late offer from Washington for talks, saying it couldn’t consult after the Trump organization reneged on a 2015 arrangement to lift endorses as a byproduct of controls without anyone else atomic program.

Ri Yong Ho, North Korea’s top diplomat, visited Iran as the United States reintroduced sanctions against the Islamic Republic.

On Wednesday, Rouhani was quoted by the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) as telling Ri: “The U.S. organization execution in these years has driven the nation to be viewed as conniving and temperamental around the globe which does not meet any of its commitments.”

He also stated: “In the present circumstance, agreeable nations ought to build up their relations and collaboration in (the) universal network,” including Iran and North Korea have “dependably had close perspectives” on numerous issues.

Ri set out to Tehran in the wake of going to a security gathering in Singapore, where he and U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo sparred over an agreement made at June’s milestone summit amongst Trump and North Korean pioneer Kim Jong Un.

It should be noted that the two sides promised to work towards North Korea’s denuclearization at the summit, yet have since attempted to achieve an arrangement to meet that objective. North Korea has been seeking after its weapons programs in resistance of U.N. Security Council resolutions and approvals.

IRNA stated that Ri disclosed to Rouhani that Washington’s pullout from the 2015 settlement and rebuilding of assents was an “activity against universal guidelines and directions.”

He added: “North Korea’s vital strategy is to develop relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran and face unilateralism.”

President Donald Trump chose to reestablish sanctions against Iran notwithstanding supplications from other world powers that had co-supported the arrangement, including Washington’s fundamental European partners, Britain, France and Germany, and Russia and China.

On Tuesday, Donald Trump said that the approvals have just driven banks and numerous organizations around the globe to downsize dealings with Iran. Organizations working with Iran will be banished from the United States.

On Wednesday, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the highest authority in Iran, said the nation had nothing to be worried about, his official site said.

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei also said: “With respect to our circumstance don’t be stressed by any stretch of the imagination. It’s not possible for anyone to do anything.”

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