Trump is willing to meet Iranian President Rouhani for nuclear talks

The US President Donald Trump said he is ready for a meeting with Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani to talk on the nuclear deal as French President Emmanuel Macron’s suggestion, “if the circumstance were correct”.

The US President Donald Trump said he is ready for a meeting with Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani to talk on the nuclear deal as French President Emmanuel Macron’s suggestion, “if the circumstance were correct”.

Trump is willing to meet Iranian President Rouhani for nuclear talks

President Donald Trump said he is willing to talk to Iran (photo: ABC News)

President Donald Trump said on Monday (August 26) on the sideline of G7 summit that he is willing to meet Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani for a nuclear negotiation which was recommended by French President Emmanuel Macron, “if the circumstance were correct”.

Trump believed in the meeting with President Rouhani “I have a good feeling. I think he (Rouhani) is going to want to meet and get their situation straightened out. They are hurting badly” and added “In the meantime, they have to be good players".

President Macron shared the information that Iranian President Rouhani hoped to have a meeting with President Donald Trump. President Rouhani also presented a positive sign that Iran will sit in a negotiated table for its interest.

"If I knew that going to a meeting and visiting a person would help my country's development and resolve the problems of the people, I would not miss it", said Rouhani.

Furthermore, Macron expected the meeting between Iran and the US will be held in coming weeks.

He expressed “What I hope is that in coming weeks, based on these talks, we can manage to see a summit between President Rouhani and President Trump”.

Macron had invited Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to come to G7 summit on Sunday (August 25) to discuss on French proposal which loose sanctions on Iran’s oil export to save the 2015 nuclear deal. However, Iran demanded to export more oil and not to negotiate on its missile programs.

Reuters, Sky News, ABC News ( Van Nguyen )

Phiên bản di động