Iran says it doesn’t want war with the US

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"Didn't expect that reaction but that's okay", Trump responded, as the delegates in the UNGA hall laughed and clapped.

Donald Trump on Wednesday warned against Iran's pursuit of a nuclear weapon.as he chaired a United Nations Security Council meeting for the first time.

He continued: "We can not allow a regime that chants "death to America" and that threatens Israel with annihilation, to possess the means to deliver a nuclear warhead to any city on earth".

"What we're encouraged from by the Trump administration is their concern over how to raise the costs for Iran", added United Arab Emirates Ambassador to the United States Yousef Al Otaiba.

The president noted his decision to withdraw the USA from the Obama-era nuclear agreement between Iran and other world powers and stressed that many sanctions would be reimposed on Iran in early November.

"So true", Trump said as he looked out at the crowd of United Nations diplomats.

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She said that European Union members were working on a legal entity that would allow businesses to buy oil and conduct other business with Iran in hopes of avoiding U.S. sanctions. He has disrupted the world order by withdrawing the United States from the nuclear deal and the Paris climate accord, and threatened to punish North Atlantic Treaty Organisation nations for not paying more for their common defense.

He says the United States will never tell other nations how to live, work or worship - but says the USA expects other nations to "honor America's sovereignty in return".

Even as she said she continues to consider the United States the EU's strongest ally, Mogherini said "no sovereign country or organization can accept that somebody else decides with whom you are allowed to do trade with".

While highlighting his commitment to "putting sovereignty above global governance", he attacked globalism, and lashed out at several worldwide organizations and treaties, such as UN Human Rights Council, worldwide Criminal Court and the Iran nuclear deal, all of which his administration has announced to exit or to sanction against.

"We will not be governed by an global body that is unaccountable to our own citizens", Trump declared.

Trump read out a list of friends, and it was an unusual assortment, reflecting his personal relationships of the moment, rather than longstanding USA alliances.

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"If you cross us, our allies, or our partners; if you harm our citizens; if you continue to lie, cheat, and deceive, yes, there will indeed be HELL to PAY", he said.

Trump had called Kim a "rocket man" bent on nuclear destruction in his United Nations speech past year.

But Rouhani told reporters that sanctions which "were supposed to be proactive in November became proactive in September, so there are no other sanctions that will start in November".

Kyle Ferrier, an analyst for the Washington-based Korea Economic Institute, told Xinhua that "Trump's speech attempted to reframe his "America First" foreign policy into something that would be more universally understandable: patriotism".

The two leaders are trying to arrange a second summit.

Although the president's approach to North Korea has softened in the past year, his attitude toward Iran has not.

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He also said USA sanctions against Iran were illegal and President Donald Trump was using them as a tool for "personal revenge". According to Reuters , four militants dressed as soldiers fired into the crowd during the parade in the city of Ahvaz.

Tehran accounts for about 5 percent of Tokyo's total crude oil imports.

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