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Rouhani’s Plan Offers US, Saudis Path Out of ‘Dead End’ Their Policies Create

Rouhani’s Plan Offers US, Saudis Path Out of ‘Dead End’ Their Policies Created© REUTERS / Handout
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04:03 24.09.2019(updated 04:14 24.09.2019)Get short URL8121
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As Washington uses questionable evidence to call on other nations to condemn Tehran, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is expected to take a much different approach and use his time at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) this week to propose a cooperative agreement to stabilize and secure the Persian Gulf region.

“I will also get the Iranian nation’s message across to the international community,” Rouhani said Monday after touching down in New York for the 74th UNGA. “The Iranian people are suffering from a cruel economic war. Iran is a nation of resistance and wants everyone to return to their commitments and laws.”

Rouhani is slated to deliver his address to the assembly and propose his “Hormuz Peace Initiative” on Wednesday. The roadmap would reduce the prominence of foreign forces in the region that Rouhani asserts “could cause problems and insecurity.”

Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump appeared open to the idea of diplomacy, despite Washington’s August request for Australia, France, Germany, Japan, Norway, South Korea and the United Kingdom to join in a maritime coalition in the Persian Gulf.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am sincerely, and prayerfully, that Rouhani does get a chance to speak tomorrow. The guy isn't a monster; just someone attempting to keep an elected government in place, and take care of his people

But with all the hoopla around him and this visit,I would not bet against Israel and the US creating some kind of "false flag" which would require his returning home early for "emergency consultations" with other members of his government.

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