On Wednesday, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani claims that Iran “never seeks war” with the United States, reports media, amid rising tension between the two nations.
President Rouhani was quoted saying, “Iran has no interest to increase tension in the region and it never seeks war with any country, including (the) US.”
While speaking over the phone to French President Emmanuel Macron, as Washington and Iran engaged in an increasing war of words following Iran’s shoot-down of a US “spy” drone last week.
President Rouhani told his French counterpart that “we have always been committed to regional peace and stability and will make efforts in this respect.”
The United States President Donald Trump claims that he pulled back retaliatory strikes from Iran at the last minute, dismissed Tehran’s allegations that the ‘spry’ drone was in its airspace.
However, pressure in creased this week with President Trump declared sanction on supreme leader and top officials of Iran.
The latest measures are new against Tehran since the US President pulled out a landmark nuclear harmony between Iran and World Powers.
On Wednesday, Iran’s President constantly blamed the United States for increasing regional tensions, claims if Washington had fixed to the nuclear deal “we would have witnessed positive developments in the region.”
In May, Iran has announced to suspend two of its oath under 2015 Nuclear Deal, offered the agreement’s left over supporters two months to assist it evading Unites States Sanctions.
On Tuesday, top security official of Tehran claims that Iran would “forcefully” cut further commitments from July 7.