Ceremony marking new academic year
President arrives in Tehran
Press conference in New York
Addressing 71st UN General Assembly
Meeting with Greek Prime Minister
President rings school bell, begins 95-96 academic year/1000 education, sport projects inaugurate nationwide
President Rouhani appeared at a school in Tehran early on Saturday to ring the school bell, marking the beginning of 95-96 academic year.
President upon arrival to Tehran at Mehrabad Airport:
We won’t let U.S. devour Iranian nation’s $2bn/Six countries warning U.S. over JCPOA a victory for Iran/U.S. promised to reform the process/We will deal firmly with any violation in JCPOA/Countries acknowledge Iran’s effective, incomparable role
Upon arrival at Tehran, President Rouhani told reporters about the achievements of his eight-day trip to Venezuela, Cuba and New York.
President in a press conference in New York:
World should unite against terrorism/Instability not to remain in ME, spread/Iran major defence line against terrorism/Our problem with American gov’t, not people, companies/No obstacle for American companies’ activity in Iran
President attended a press conference in New York to mark the end of his visit to UN headquarters, and explained Iran’s viewpoints and stances regarding key regional and international issues, as well as JCPOA and terrorism and violence in the Middle East.
President in a meeting with Greek PM:
We welcome Tehran-Athens ties development/Stressing full implementation of agreements
Iran welcomes development of Tehran-Athens ties in all fields, said President Rouhani in a meeting with the Prime Minister of Greece on Thursday in New York on the sidelines of the 71st UN General Assembly.
President Rouhani addressing United Nations General Assembly:
Lack of compliance with JCPOA by U.S. in past several months a flawed approach that should be rectified forthwith/Iran opposes sectarianism, attempts to promote religious gaps/Iran's principled approach calls for constructive partnership with neighbours with a view to establishing an enduring order
President Rouhani delineated Iran’s principled approach in national, regional and international stages, stating: “Iran's principled approach calls for constructive partnership with our neighbours with a view to establishing an enduring order based on shared security and efforts aimed at enhancing the development of the countries in the region and mutually beneficial economic cooperation”.
President in a meeting with American elites and intellectuals:
Elites, intellectuals should try to convince politicians of terrorism threats/JCPOA proved that complicated int’l issues solvable by dialogue/To fight terrorism, we should go to its formation roots
Stating that elites and intellectuals should try to convince politicians of terrorism threats, Dr Rouhani said: “In the current circumstances, the most important and crucial point is that some governments and politicians, who are doubtful of terrorism threats and harms, be convinced that combating terrorism and its roots is essential”.
President in a meeting with Japanese PM:
Iran backs joint ventures, cooperation with Japan in all fields/Iran region’s defence line against terrorism/Tehran, Tokyo agree on 10-year cooperation roadmap
Dr Rouhani met with the Prime Minister of Japan Shinzō Abe and expressed satisfaction over developing Tehran-Tokyo ties in recent years, stating that post-JCPOA is a good opportunity to promote relations to a desirable point.
President in a meeting with Pakistani PM:
Tehran-Islamabad economic bonds should be bolstered/Borders should be borders of security and friendship
“We believe that bonds between the two countries should be cemented in economic fields, just as political and cultural ones,” said President Rouhani in a meeting with the Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif.
President in a meeting with Iraqi PM:
Iran to spare no effort helping full peace, security in Iraq/Tehran determined to develop ties with Baghdad in all fields
Iran will do whatever it can to help Iraq establish full peace and security in the country, said President Rouhani in a meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
President in a meeting with UN Secretary-General:
Preserving, bolstering JCPOA all parties, UN duty/JCPOA symbol of dialogue, cooperation instead of disagreement/Continuing military attacks on Yemen, committing war crimes worrying/UN should fulfil its duty towards Yemeni people
Describing Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) as the symbol of dialogue and cooperation in international stage instead of disagreements, President Rouhani told UN Secretary-General that preserving and bolstering JCPOA is all parties’ duty, as well as the United Nations’.
President in a meeting with Swedish PM:
Tehran willing to develop ties with Stockholm in all fields/Banking cooperation can be a base for new economic ties
Referring to good industrial and scientific opportunities between the Iran and Sweden, Dr Rouhani emphasised that Tehran is willing to develop ties with Stockholm in all fields.
President in a meeting with his Bulgarian counterpart:
Iran, Bulgaria private sectors should be supported for more cooperation/Tehran welcomes joint companies
Referring to historical friendship and commonalities between the two Iranian and Bulgarian nations, President Rouhani said: “We should take advantage of this friendship to further develop Tehran-Sofia ties”.
President in a meeting with his Swiss counterpart:
Iran-Switzerland ties should further develop/We can have regional joint ventures
“There is no obstacle in developing Tehran-Bern ties in all fields, especially economic and banking relations,” said President Rouhani in a meeting with the President of Switzerland Johann Schneider-Amman.
President in a meeting with Norwegian PM:
Iran welcomes Norwegian companies’ cooperation in energy/Negotiation the ultimate solution to regional issues
“JCPOA is a good opportunity for compensating for the shortcomings in relations between the two countries imposed by the unjust sanctions,” said President Rouhani in a meeting with the Prime Minister of Norway Erna Solberg.
President in a meeting with his Slovenian counterpart:
Tapping ample cooperation opportunities beneficial to both nations, entire region/Two gov’ts determined to develop amicable ties
“Taking advantage of ample opportunities for cooperation between the two countries is beneficial to both nations and the entire region,” said President Rouhani in a meeting with the President of Slovenia Borut Pahor.