Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has announced that a new round of sanction alongside Tehran would be more harmful to the United States than Iran, and it will open the door to improved ties between two nations.
The enduring members of the Security committee and Germany are currently in discussions to establish a fourth round of sanction against Iran for its nuclear programs.
"This is not anything new. For 31 years, the sanctions placed on us," Ahmadinejad told journalists.
"Unfortunately the management of the United States not only used for nuclear weapons, but also continues to threaten to use such arms against other countries, counting Iran, he added.
In a sharp response on Monday rejected U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the Iranian head accused as "wild accusations" and labeled Iran as a "deviant" countries as North Korea shows "a willingness to break rules and defy the international group of people."
"Iran will not succeed in their activities to convert and share," she added.