Iran's president back-pedaled on possible talks with Donald Trump, saying the U.S. president must first lift sanctions imposed on Tehran.
Iran's president lambasted new U.S. sanctions by the Trump administration targeting the country's foreign minister, describing the move on Thursday as "childish" and a barrier to diplomacy.
Iran warned European partners in its faltering nuclear deal on Wednesday that Tehran will increase its enrichment of uranium to "any amount that we want."
In an interview for CNN, Iran’s Foreign Minister warned the U.S. of the consequences of deploying forces to the Middle East. “Having all these military assets in a small area is in of itself prone to accidents,” Zarif said. “Extreme prudence is required and the United States is playing a very, very dangerous game.”