Trump likely to meet Iran’s Rouhani while Iran accuses US for Ahwaz attacks


Donald J. Trump is to meet Iran’s Hassan Rouhani this week at UN General Assembly Meet, US secretary of State Michael Pompeo expressed in an NBC’s interview.

“He’s happy to talk with folks any time,” Pompeo told NBC’s ‘Meet the Press’ talk show. “The president’s been pretty clear about that.”

Trump tweeted on Friday that his visit to the UN would focus on Iran, while White House officials said that the meeting would focus on halting the spread of nuclear weapons.

According to Bloomberg, Iran can attend the Security Council meeting if it is the main topic of discussion.

Hassan Rouhani has recently alleged US of creating insecurity in Iran, after a day on a military parade that has supposedly killed 25 people and 12 members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards.

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