Rouhani says Iran is ready to work with regional states to preserve security in the Middle East.
Rouhani says submitting to the West headed by America would be treason against Islam and against the future generations of the region.
European countries have criticised the US withdrawal from the accord and have been putting together a package of economic measures to help offset the US pressures on Tehran.
Rouhani says the United States is using psychological and economic warfare and questioning the legitimacy of the Islamic Republic to pursue regime change in Iran.
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) handed down the bombshell judgement after Iran asked it to halt economic measures that Trump reimposed after pulling out of a landmark nuclear deal with Tehran.
Trump assailed Iran's leaders, during his address to the General Assembly on Tuesday, accusing them of sowing chaos, death and destruction and calling on world governments to isolate Tehran.
Pompeo has been a chief proponent of Trump’s efforts to confront Iran.
Haley dismissed Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's comments as rhetoric.
Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards said the attackers were funded by Sunni arch-rival Saudi Arabia.
Rouhani says the US is pressuring the people of Iran and at the same time, sending messages to commence negotiations.
Much of the damage was done when US President Donald Trump's aggressive rhetoric spooked investors and triggered a run on the rial.
The return of sanctions has increased tensions in Iran - days of protests and strikes in multiple towns and cities over water shortages, high prices and anger at the political system.
President Rouhani said Europe has to save the landmark accord with Tehran after the US pulled out of it.
Some US sanctions on Iran are due to kick in next month, while more serious penalties targeting countries with companies importing Iranian oil take effect in November.
Trade concerns continue to cloud investor sentiment after the world’s top finance chiefs warned that the escalating tensions threatened global growth.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said the United States was more isolated than ever over sanctions against Iran, even among its allies.
Praising Rouhani's remarks, Major-General Qassem Soleimani said he was ready to implement such a policy if needed.
Rouhani was headed for Switzerland and scheduled to travel on to Vienna on Wednesday, where the nuclear deal was signed in July 2015.
Defending his economic record, Rouhani said the government’s income had not been affected in recent months, and the fall in the rial was the result of "foreign media propaganda".
Hassan Rouhani says promoting virtue will not work through violence.