Original title: Trump is willing to talk with Iran Iran statement: the United States is not worth trusting.
Overseas network July 31, US President Trump 30, said he was willing to "no preconditions" in the case of "any time" with the leaders of Iran. However, Iran's interior minister declared that Trump was not a trusted conversation partner.
On July 30th, Trump met reporters at the White House with visiting Prime Minister Kong Te of Italy. Asked if he would like to meet with Iranian President Rouhani, Trump said: "If they want to meet, then we will meet." He said he would not set any "prerequisites" for the meeting between the leaders of the US and Iraq. The meeting could be held at any time. This is the ninth time Trump has expressed his wish to meet with the leaders of Iran, and has been rejected for the first 8 times.
Gareth Marquis, a spokesman for the National Security Council, said that the United States would not lift sanctions on Iran or reestablish diplomatic and trade relations with Iran unless a clear and lasting change in Tehran's policy.
Iran's interior minister said on July 31 that Trump was not a trustworthy partner, Reuters reported. He said, "the United States is not trustworthy. How can we trust a unilateral declaration of withdrawal from the nuclear agreement?"
In addition, the president of Iran, Rouhani, reaffirmed on the same day that the U. S. withdrawal from the nuclear agreement was "illegal", and Europe should be committed to retaining the "landmark" agreement. Rouhani told the British ambassador that after the United States illegally withdrew from the agreement, "now the initiative is in the hands of Europe". He also stressed that "Iran has never provoked tension in the region, nor does it want to have any trouble on the global waterway, but Iran will not easily give up the right to export oil."
In order to sanction Iran, the United States tried to ban oil trading between third countries and Iran. The Trump administration hoped that all countries, including allies, would stop importing oil from Iran by November 4th, or they would face sanctions against the United States.
In May this year, the United States announced its withdrawal from the comprehensive agreement on the nuclear issue of Iran and restarted sanctions against Iraq which were exempt from Iraq's nuclear agreement. The first batch of sanctions will take effect in early August, and sanctions on Iran's oil industry will take effect in November.
Just a few days ago, Trump also warned the president of Iran, Rouhani, on twitter, "never to threaten America again," or Iran would suffer historical consequences. A few hours before Trump's push, Rouhani warned that "the United States must be very aware that peace with Iran is the mother of all peace, and that the war with Iran is the mother of all wars." (overseas network Yang Jia)
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