US cannot be trusted, Iranian President warns North Korea

Third World WarTehran: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani criticised President Trump saying, ‘The United States is never firm on its promises and this has been experienced by every country in the world dealing with the United States. The world knows that the United States can never be trusted’. After his meeting with the North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yang-ho, the Iranian President adviced North Korea who is about to sign a nuclear deal with the United States.

North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho had visited Iran recently where he had discussions with the Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Iranian Foreign Minister Jawad Zarif. The discussions were about improving cooperation between the old allies. The North Korean Foreign Minister informed about the details of the historical meeting that took place a month ago between the leaderships of the US and North Korea in Singapore and the discussions regarding the nuclear deal.

us, iran, hassan rouhani, north koreaThe Iranian President advised the North Koreans not to trust the United States citing the example of the sanctions imposed by the US President Donald Trump. Iran is willing to increase trade relations with any country in the world including North Korea, but Iran cannot trust the United States, alleged the Iranian President. The North Korean Foreign Minister also criticised the sanctions imposed by the United States against Iran. Ho said that the United States’ sanctions against Iran were unjustified.

Meanwhile, analysts in the United States have claimed that on the background of the sanctions imposed on Iran by the US, the North Korean Foreign Minister’s visit to Iran could result in jeopardizing the newly developing cooperation between the US and North Korea. If that happens, North Korea could restart its nuclear and missile program. The US officials had claimed only last week that North Korea had restarted manufacturing missiles secretly.

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