Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani made the TV channel Press TV, a statement in which it criticized the speech of the American leader is Donald trump.
“Remarks of Mr. trump about Iran contained only curses and a bunch of crazy accusations against the Iranian nation,” he said.
Rouhani also called on the President of the United States to understand world history and geography to “improve their understanding of international obligations, global ethics, etiquette and conventions.”
“It needs better and more carefully to study history and to know what U.S. officials did to the Iranian people over the last sixty years and how they treated the people of Iran during four decades after the victory of the Islamic revolution in 1979,” said Rouhani.
The Iranian President also rejected the demand trump on the revision of the nuclear deal 2015 between Iran and the six international mediators, saying that the agreement will remain unchanged. “Trump, apparently, doesn’t know that this is not a bilateral document between Iran and the United States, so it can act as it wants,” — said Rouhani.
Rouhani added that Iran will stick to its commitment to the nuclear deal only as long as their rights would be guaranteed to be respected.
On Friday, trump announced its willingness to reconsider nuclear deal with Tehran. According to him, Iran does not comply with the requirements of the contract, he will receive appropriate representation in Congress. In addition, the American leader announced sanctions against several high-ranking officers of the Islamic revolutionary guard Corps (IRGC), as well as concerning restrictive measures in respect of a number of related organizations. According to trump, the IRIS is the structure that supports international terrorism.
The agreement on the settlement of the longstanding problem of the Iranian atom has been achieved by the Islamic Republic and the sextet of international mediators on 14 July 2015. Adopted a joint comprehensive plan of action (SVPD), which removes Iran’s previously imposed economic and financial sanctions by the UN security Council, US and EU. The plan came into effect on 16 January 2016.