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Marking difference with US, France urges dialogue with Iran

29 May 2017, 09:04 | Floyd Cook

Marking difference with US, France urges dialogue with Iran

UAE minister sees chance for Iran to reset

While the UAE and Iran enjoy close trade relations, they stand politically apart, as the Gulf Arab states around Saudi Arabia accuse the Islamic republic of destabilizing the region.

Iran's newly re-elected President Hassan Rouhani on Monday dismissed his United States counterpart Donald Trump's summit with Arab leaders in Saudi Arabia this weekend as "just a show".

President Hassan Rouhani said that Saudis should know that terrorism is a big threat to the region and the world and there is no choice except moderation.

Speaking after meeting Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, Mr Trump said the U.S. and Israel faced "common threats - from [IS] and other terrorist groups, to countries like Iran that sponsor terrorism and fund and foment bad violence". Many Iranians were disappointed when the lifting of economic sanctions as part of the 2015 nuclear deal did not trickle down to improve their lives-something Rouhani had promised.

Rouhani said in a press conference in the presence of over 300 domestic and foreign reporters in Tehran on Monday. His supporters look to Rouhani - instrumental in pushing the US-Iran nuclear deal, ending sanctions and allowing foreign investment - to further Iran's engagement with the world and prevent worldwide isolation. "The basis of military power is national power, and this power is from the back of elections".


Rouhani also criticized a meeting U.S. President Donald Trump attended in Saudi Arabia, describing it as a "show-off" that "will not have any political and practical values".

He said Iran was still forming its judgement of the Trump administration.

Saudi Arabia and Iran compete for influence across the Middle East, respectively backing rival political or armed groups in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Yemen.

Rouhani won 57 percent of the vote and avoided a runoff in an election that saw unexpectedly high voter turnout. He added that "until the Iranian regime is willing to be a partner for peace, all nations of conscience must work together to isolate it, deny it funding for terrorism". "Know that while there is a technical need to conduct missile tests, we will do so and we will ask the permission of no one", Rouhani told reporters in Tehran.

This didn't happen, in part was because Iran's biggest trade deals were created to benefit state-controlled industries and firms affiliated with the Revolutionary Guards, who control a large chunk of the Iranian economy. That tilt began with Mr. Obama's silence as Iranian leaders stole the 2009 presidential election while arresting and killing democratic protesters.



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