Iran has accused the United States and France of trying to make the notions of reshaping the landmark deal that was signed between Tehran and World powers in 2015.
Iranian president Hassan Rohani has raised the questions about the recent statements from US President Donald Trump and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron in which they suggested to review the earlier nuclear deal made with Iran.
“You [Trump], along with the leader of some European country, are deciding for an agreement reached among seven parties. Who allowed you to do that?” Rouhani said, according to Iran’s Press TV news website.
“I have spoken with Macron several times by phone, and one time in person at length. I have told him explicitly that we will not add anything to the deal or remove anything from it, even one sentence. The nuclear deal is the nuclear deal.”
Mocking over the non –political background of the US President Donald Trump, Rpuhani said that if US president says that the nuclear deal is a bad deal then why did they sign it in the first place.
“He says this is a very dangerous deal. If that’s the case, why did your predecessors not understand anything? Are you the discoverer of all things bad?”
He added: “How can a tradesman, a merchant, a building constructor, a tower constructor make judgements about international affairs.”
With Inputs from Aljazeera