Iran president Hassan Rouhani rules out negotiations over missiles
“Iranian-made missiles have by no means been offensive and by no means will probably be. They’re defensive and should not designed to hold weapons of mass destruction, since we have no,” Rouhani stated.
AFP | Feb 6, 2018, 21:15 IST
TEHRAN: Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani right this moment stated that negotiations on the nation’s missiles programme have been out of the query.
“We are going to negotiate with nobody on our weapons,” stated Rouhani in a press convention in Tehran.
“Iranian-made missiles have by no means been offensive and by no means will probably be. They’re defensive and should not designed to hold weapons of mass destruction, since we have no,” he stated.
He reiterated that the nuclear deal signed in 2015 with six world powers couldn’t be renegotiated, regardless of threats from US President Donald Trump to reimpose sanctions until contemporary curbs have been placed on Iran’s missiles and regional behaviour.
“The important thing to the issues between Tehran and Washington is in Washington’s palms. They should cease their threats and sanctions and stress, and routinely the state of affairs will enhance and we are able to take into consideration our future,” Rouhani stated.
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