US unable to resolve any Middle East crisis without Iran’s help: Rouhani
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani claimed Wednesday that the US is incapable of resolving any crisis or conflict in the Middle East without Iran's involvement, and that Washington should abandon its "hostile" approach toward Tehran.
"It's possible that Iran and the United states might have friendly relations. But the key to that is in Washington's hands, not Tehran's," he said during his visit to Rome. "I would like to see the Americans set aside their hostility and chose another way, but inside the US there are some problems, there is no unified voice," he said, claiming "the Zionist lobby" is "very influential."