President: No more anti-Iran sanctions
Tehran, Aug 29, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in his first televised interview since his inauguration on August 5 said that no more sanctions can be imposed on Iran.
'There would be no more sanctions against Iran. World view has changed towards Iran. We have overcome many big problems. People are now feeling more peace of mind in the field of economic affairs and the whole society is felling more secure and safe now,' the president said on Tuesday evening while referring to the US efforts for revival of anti-Iran sanctions.
Elsewhere in his remarks, the President said that due to efforts made in his first presidential term, people's economic status has improved.
He underlined continuation of previous government domestic and foreign policies in the second term, and said that 'The 12th government programs are complementary to the 11th government programs'.
The president highlighted the Leader, people and parliament support for his government and noted that his government will continue efforts for development of country powerfully.
Rouhani for the second time defeated the principlist camp in 2017 presidential election and was reelected on May 19 presidential election, sweeping over 23 million or 57 percent of the votes.
Translator: Hamdollah Emadi Heydari
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency