"It is now up to Iran and the United States to seize the opportunity", he said.
The United States has blamed Iran for a series of actions since May - some of which Iran has denied - that have roiled oil markets, including attacks on half a dozen tankers, shooting down a USA drone and the September 14 attacks on Aramco facilities.
Trump then started reimposing sanctions in what his administration dubbed a "most power" marketing campaign.
In remarks to media on Tuesday Rouhani said he was open to discuss small changes, additions or amendments to a 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and six major powers if the United States lifted sanctions imposed on the Islamic republic.
Earlier in the day, President Trump blasted Iran in front of the UN General Assembly in NY and threatened to strengthen sanctions against the country.
The day before, Trump during his address to the United Nations emphasized that withdrawing sanctions wasn't an option. Iran was its third largest supplier after Iraq and Saudi Arabia till recently. In a statement, it described the Iranian government as a state sponsor of terrorism that threatened the stability of the Middle East and beyond.
Rouhani's manner during the speech was measured, but the words he delivered were ominous.
Rouhani, however, said the Gulf region is "on the edge of collapse, as a single blunder can fuel a big fire".
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Mr Netanyahu called on Mr Gantz to join him and his traditional allies in a unity government . Netanyahu was scheduled to speak on September 26, the third and final day of the Assembly.
"I am not naive and I don't believe in miracles but rather in the courage to make peace, and I believe that the United States, Iran and all signatories of this (nuclear) accord have that courage", he said.
"I think that lifting of sanctions on the part of the Americans without any visibility on the other subjects is not possible", Macron said.
"Security will not be supplied by American weapons and intervention", he said. "Security can not be purchased or supplied by foreign governments".
Rouhani also again denied that Iran has anything to do with drone and missile strikes against key oil facilities in Saudi Arabia earlier this month that rattled the global oil markets.
Iran has denied any involvement in the attacks, and says any strikes by the US or Saudi Arabia will lead to "all-out war".
That's illogical, according to European officials: "You will not get a deal, a better or broader deal, than the JCPOA if you don't also have something in terms of economic benefits - it's obvious", the diplomat said.
Trump and the Saudis quickly pointed the finger at Iran. That was the same day that Rouhani insisted that he'd only consider meeting after sanctions against his country are lifted.
"Let's assign a larger deal", Johnson said in an interview with NBC whereas in Fresh York for the UN General Assembly.
Rouhani also rejected meeting U.S. President Donald Trump while the two are in NY this week for the annual United Nations General Assembly, and warned world leaders that the Gulf region was on the verge of going up in flames.