Selin ATAY-TDO-Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has said he will use all methods, including negotiation, to overcome problems arising from sanctions in the country, but will not allow the red lines of the state to be crossed.

Rouhani made the remarks on domestic and foreign policy during a Cabinet meeting in the capital, Tehran. Defending the decision to hike petrol, which sparked protests in the country last month, Rouhani said: "petrol consumption in the country has decreased by an average of 20 million litres per day. That means we can increase our gasoline exports."

Rouhani said they were aware that people were suffering from a shortage of livelihoods because of U.S. sanctions, and argued that some media outlets in the country reflected differently the steps the government has taken on the issue.

"There is no doubt that the problems of declining state revenues, banking, and exports, especially oil, are affecting the lives of the people. We must either overcome sanctions or compel the enemy to repent "he said.

"The government is determined to frustrate the sanctions conspiracy without crossing the red lines of the state through various methods such as internal production and negotiation," the Iranian President said, stressing that the Tehran administration is dedicated to overcoming sanctions and solving people's problems.

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