Iran ‘never seeks war’ with US: Rouhani

President Hassan Rouhani said Iran “never looks for war” with the US, state media announced Wednesday in the midst of a spike in pressures between the two nations.”Iran has no enthusiasm to build pressure in the district and it never looks for war with any nation, including (the) US,” the president stated, cited by state news office IRNA.Rouhani was talking by telephone to his French partner Emmanuel Macron, as Tehran and Washington occupied with a raising war of words following Iran shooting down a US automaton a week ago.”We have dependably been focused on territorial harmony and dependability and will attempt endeavors in this regard,” the Iranian president told Macron.US President Donald Trump said he pulled once more from retaliatory strikes on Iran ultimately, dismissing Tehran’s case that the airplane was in its airspace.Be that as it may, tension built for this present week with Trump declaring sanctions on Iran’s preeminent pioneer and high ranking representatives.The new measures are the most recent against Tehran since Trump hauled out of a milestone atomic accord among Iran and world forces.Rouhani censured the United States for provincial pressures Wednesday and said if Washington had adhered to the arrangement “we would have seen positive improvements in the area.”Iran reported in May it would suspend two of its promises under the 2015 arrangement, giving the understanding’s residual supporters two months to enable it to dodge US sanctions.On Tuesday Tehran’s top security authority said Iran would “commandingly” decrease further responsibilities from July 7.—HADISA

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