Iran's Khamenei Bans Direct Negotiations with US
Iran's supreme leader has banned holding "any talks" with the US following Donald Trump's offer of unconditional dialogue in a bid to improve bilateral ties, The Independent reports.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who has the final say on policy in the Islamic Republic, said Mr Trump's reneging of the Obama-era nuclear deal was evidence America cannot be trusted.
"I ban holding any talks with America... America never remains loyal to its promises in talks," state TV quoted Mr Khamenei as telling a gathering attended by thousands of Iranians. "America's withdrawal from the nuclear deal is a clear proof that America cannot be trusted."
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