Macron, however, made it clear that he believes the USA should certify Iranian technical compliance with the nuclear deal and that any effort to curtail the regime's behavior should come through an additional addendum.
"The deal is fundamentally flawed".
Obama's former Secretary of State John Kerry made the odd observation that withdrawal from the Iran agreement would encourage North Korea to ramp up its own nuclear program.
"We may not have a choice", he said.
Tillerson argued that the agreement implied that it would lead to a more stable Middle East and criticised Iran for propping up the "horrible" regime of Syria's Bashar al-Assad and carrying out missile tests.
While McMaster added that previous presidents have always said "if" North Korea attacks, he reminded viewers that the threat appears more alarming now.
Zarif that if the United States walked away from the accord as Trump threatened, "Who would come and listen to you anymore?" But Rice was having none of Trump's criticism of the Iran Deal as being a "one-sided deal" and "an embarrassment" to the United States.
He stressed that Iran's military power will be deployed for deterrent purposes.
To mark what is known as the Sacred Defence Week in Iran, the country kicked started massive military parades across the country on Friday, as a show of strength.
He also called for the JCPOA to be renegotiated, something Rouhani has refused to do.
According to state news agency IRNA, the missile could carry multiple warheads.
As its commander unleashed a scathing attack on President Donald Trump, Iran's Revolutionary Guards unveiled their newest long-range missile, which is capable of striking nearly anywhere in the Middle East-including Israel. "By violating its worldwide commitments, the new USA administration only destroys its own credibility and undermines global confidence in negotiating with it or accepting its word or promise", Rouhani said.