Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday has ruled out any possibility of bilateral talks between Tehran and Washington.
US national security adviser said on Tuesday that President Trump’s readiness to talk to Iran doesn’t mean any change in US stance against the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday that if Iran’s oil exports are cut to zero, the international waterways would not enjoy the safety it has now, Reuters cited local media.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he would go to Tehran and directly talk with Iranians if needed, foreign media reported on Friday.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani claimed on Wednesday that his country is in favor of “fair” negotiations but he did not specify what is the exact idea that Tehran is thinking about.
The Navy Commander of Islamic Republic of Iran said on Tuesday that his forces are carefully monitoring the movements of American ships in the Strait of Hormuz.
Early Saturday, Iran admitted it has sized a British-flagged oil tanker giving contradictory justifications for doing so including “violations of international rules,” and “having an accident with an Iranian ship.”
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced on Sunday that his country is ready to talk to US on condition, which is lifting the international sanctions.
Iran’s armed forces chief of staff, Major General Mohammad Bagheri, said on Tuesday that Britain’s seizure of an Iranian oil tanker last week, would not remain “unanswered,” Reuters reported.
Islamic Republic’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei said his country will never give in to US sanctions and “insults,” his official website reported on Wednesday.