Other signatory countries are now with Rouhani in Vienna to discuss how the deal can be maintained.
Rouhani and other Iranian officials, concerned about the reimplementation of USA sanctions, are locked in an intense effort to convince world powers to remain in the 2015 agreement - officially called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
An EU spokesperson said Brussels is in regular contact with Washington regarding the oil sanctions and stressed that "the EU remains fully committed to the nuclear deal and to the full and effective lifting of all nuclear-related sanctions on Iran".
The apparent foiled attack was to have targeted a meeting of thousands of Iranian opposition supporters in a northern suburb of the French capital that was also attended by leading United States figures, including close allies of President Donald Trump.
Washington has since told countries they must halt all imports of Iranian oil from November 4.
At a meeting in Vienna at which Iranian President Hassan Rouhani was given an opportunity to try to resuscitate the 2015 nuclear deal, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz took the opportunity to chide Rouhani over the the Iranian Republic's belligerent stance on Israel.
Hanegbi's remarks came before senior diplomats from Iran, Britain, China, France, Germany and Russian Federation meet in Vienna on Friday, aiming to safeguard a pact reached in 2015.
Iran's president has called on the worldwide community to defy Washington's stated intention of choking Iranian oil exports, describing the plan as a careless act of criminal aggression that doesn't care about consequences.
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America wants other members to spend more money on the military alliance needs, but that is not all. He gave a similar answer when he was asked if he would lift the sanctions on Russian Federation .
On Tuesday, State Department officials said that the administration is taking a much tougher line on Iranian oil exports than the Obama administration did when it put sanctions on Tehran's main source of revenue. They have expressed strong disappointment at the USA withdrawal.
"At the meeting, which will be held at the request of Iran, foreign ministers of Iran and five world powers will discuss a proposed European package and measures to protect the agreement", Iranian state news agency IRNA reported on Tuesday.
Separately, Iran's interior minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli warned Tuesday that "if we close our eyes for 24 hours, 1 million refugees will go toward Europe through our Western borders" via Turkey.
Hook said USA officials are traveling around the world meeting with American allies to try to persuade them to cooperate with the sanctions.
Switzerland - where significant parts of the pact known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action were negotiated - will work to ensure that future U.S. sanctions do not target any humanitarian goods, Bern said in a statement. He added that the new USA policy is not about changing the Iranian government.
"Iran will survive this round of USA sanctions as it has survived them before".
India may likely to fall back on the rupee-rial arrangement for importing oil from Iran in case the United States forces it to cut procurement of petroleum products from that country, the sources said.
"If the other signatories, apart from the United States, can guarantee Iran's interests then Iran will stay in the JCPOA", he insisted.