France, Germany and Britain have jointly blamed Iran for the September 14 attack on two oil facilities in Saudi Arabia and called on Tehran to accept negotiations on a long-term framework for its nuclear and missile programmes.
Both Aramco plants were hit in drone and missile attacks on September 14 that caused fires and significant damage, halving the country's oil output.
Rouhani said he will hold important meetings with many people, especially world leaders, during his four-day visit to NY as part of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly. "There is no other plausible explanation", the statement read.
Iran has "no animosity towards the countries of the region", Bagheri said, according to the agency close to the country's ultra-conservatives.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said late Sunday while flying to NY that the United Kingdom would consider taking part in a US -led military effort to bolster Saudi Arabia's defenses after the drone and cruise missile attacks on the world's largest oil processor and an oil field.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who is also at the U.N. General Assembly meeting in NY, denied Iranian responsibility for the attacks, and will reportedly meet with the European leaders in the coming days, as well as with U.S. President Donald Trump.
Zarif called it an attack "with high precision, low impact" and no casualties.
An even more emphatic call for Iran to accept a new global accord came from U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who showered praise on Trump as the world leader who could make that happen.
But Iran may also prove tough to pin down for fresh talks, the former diplomat said, expressing skepticism of a potential "grand bargain".
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Rouhani emphasized that the JCPOA parties, including France, are duty bound to preserve the nuclear deal after the US' unilateral and illegal withdrawal from the agreement.
As Trump met with world leaders Monday, he hinted Iran will be part of his address. Iran has vehemently denied any involvement in the attacks.
US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin explained that they are targeting "the latest source of revenue for the Iranian central bank and the National Development Fund, their sovereign wealth fund that will be cut off from our banking system".
Macron, Johnson and Angela Merkel are due to meet on Monday to coordinate their Iran strategy ahead of likely meetings with Trump and Rouhani.
Trump charged that Iranian leaders have plundered the nation's wealth and spent it on "fuelling the tragic wars in Syria and Yemen".
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Monday that Washington seeks to use the recent drone attack on Saudi Aramco oil facilities to its advantage by striking billion-dollar deals and attaining a permanent presence in the Middle East.
Asked whether Britain would rule out military action, Johnson said it would be closely watching a proposal by the United States to do more to help defend Saudi Arabia.
'Imagery from the site of the attack shows the remnants of Iranian-made land attack cruise missiles and the scale, sophistication and range of the attack is inconsistent with the Houthi's capability'.
Trump has mentioned he has no plans to satisfy with Rouhani on the United Nations however wouldn't rule it out.