He got his first...
Should get a 2nd for Syria...
And a 3rd for this...
Rouhani: Nuclear weapons have no place in Iran's security
United Nations (CNN) -- Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Tuesday that nuclear weapons have no place in his country's security.
"Nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction have no place in Iran's security and defense doctrine, and contradict our fundamental religious and ethical convictions," he said at the U.N. General Assembly.
Rouhani said that his country is prepared for immediate nuclear talks that are "time-bound and result-oriented ... to build mutual confidence and removal of mutual uncertainties."
"Iran seeks to resolve problems, not to create them," Rouhani said, pushing for the "rejection of violence and extremism."
Alongside fears facing the world, there are "new hopes," he said. "The hope of universal acceptance and the elite all across the globe of yes to peace and no to war. And the hope of preference of dialogue over conflict, and moderation over extremism."
Striking a conciliatory tone, Rouhani said that Iran "does not seek to increase tensions with the United States."
Rouhani said he listened carefully to U.S. President Barack Obama's speech and hoped that the United States "will refrain from following the short-sighted interests of warmongering pressure groups" so that the two nations "can arrive at a framework to manage our differences."