Iran: Rouhani to talk nuclear deal, Rohingya persecution at 72-nd UNGA

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani stated that he will discuss «very important» issues, including Iran nuclear deal and the Myanmar crisis, at the 72nd United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) session, Sunday, at a briefing before leaving Tehran for New York City. Rouhani noted that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and the persecution of Myanmar's Rohingyas are on the agenda of the... Еще talks. Commenting on the regional conflicts, the Iranian president stated that «the region's problems don't have military solutions» and that the countries «should take part in political solutions.» On Saturday, Rouhani stressed that Tehran expects the EU to «fully implement» the JCPOA and «press Washington «to be committed to its obligations to the JCPOA and send a strong message» to the US. On the sidelines of the last week's Islamic Cooperation Organisation's (OIC) Summit for Science and Technology in Astana, Rouhani called on the international community to stop persecution of the Rohingya Muslims. Representatives of all 193 UN member states are set to gather in New York City for the 72nd UNGA session. The General Debate will open on September 19, with the theme «Focusing on People: Striving for Peace and a Decent Life for All on a Sustainable Planet.» The General Assembly will continue until September 25.

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