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“NEW YORK — Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday that his country poses “absolutely no threat to the world,” and sanctions that have crippled its economy are “violent — pure and simple.”
In his first address to the world body, hours after President Barack Obama spoke, Rouhani also said he is prepared to engage in “time-bound” talks to resolve the dispute over Tehran‘s nuclear program.
Rouhani’s closely watched visit to the United Nations followed a series of diplomatic overtures the centrist-leaning cleric has made to the West since he was elected to replace hard-liner Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and he stressed his moderate credentials.”
1 JOHN 2:1
My little children, these things I write to you, so that you may not sin. And if anyone sins, we have an Advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous.
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President of Iran Hassan Rouhani spoke before the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday afternoon, insisting that Iran is no threat to world peace.
Rouhani struck a tone that was both conciliatory and defiant in his first appearance before the body. His speech was a marked contrast to the more combative style of his predecessor, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Rouhani signaled Teheran’s willingness to engage in negotiations but said that, “acceptance of the inalienable right of Iran constitutes the best and the easiest way of resolving this issue.” He condemned targeted assassinations, Western involvement in Syria and what he called the “structural violence” of economic sanctions that have wrought havoc on his country’s economy in recent years.