Pompeo says Trump-Kim summit more likely after October

Pompeo says Trump-Kim summit more likely after October

Pompeo says Trump-Kim summit more likely after October

On Tuesday, Trump touted "tremendous progress" in his negotiations with Kim, even though the North Korean leader has so far taken few concrete steps to eliminate his country's illicit nuclear program.

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".

In line with the US, Iran has not requested a meeting with Mr Trump, Alireza Miryousefi, spokesman for Iran's United Nations mission, revealed.

His toughest words were directed at Iran, however.

"Iran's leaders sow chaos, death and destruction", Trump said. "That bridge must be rebuilt", he told NBC news.

Trump also accused Iran, along with Russian Federation, of enabling President Bashar Al-Assad to carry out his "butchery" in Syria.

Wednesday´s meeting highlighted divisions between the United States and its European allies over the Iran nuclear deal, but there was also sharp criticism of Trump´s broader foreign policy.

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Macron said Trump had created a "serious crisis of confidence" by unilaterally withdrawing the United States from the deal, and that UN Security Council resolutions supporting the accord need to be "respected by all members of the Security Council".

"However, we have detected that some nations are already violating these UN sanctions".

World leaders and diplomats laughed after Trump boasted that his administration had accomplished more than nearly any other in U.S. history. When President Hassan Rouhani's plane hit the tarmac in New York City on Sunday night, that number stood at a whopping 150,000. His national security adviser, John Bolton, warned that there would be "hell to pay" if Tehran crossed the us, its allies or their partners. Let my message today be clear: "We are watching and we will come after you", Bolton was to say.

Rouhani said it was "quite odd, unprecedented and amazing" that while presiding over the Security Council as its president Trump also called on the 14 other council members to violate the legally binding resolution endorsing the JCPOA that the council adopted unanimously in 2015 - including a "yes" vote from the United States.

President Rohani, seen as a moderate, has stopped short of ruling out meetings between the two countries.

This year, 133 world leaders have signed up to attend this year's assembly session, which ends October 1, a significant increase from the 114 leaders last year. "So, as a legal obligation, all the countries of the world should try to bring this unlawful U.S. move to failure", Rouhani told a press conference on in NY on Wednesday.

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