"But history will judge other nations based on what they do today", Rouhani said during a visit to Vienna.
The daily singled out India saying among the major importers of Iranian crude oil, which also include China and Turkey, it was the only country buckling under USA pressure.
"Iran will remain committed to the deal, as long as its interests are preserved", Rouhani said.
"We should send a message to Washington showing how much the position of countries participating in the deal differs from the stance of (US President) Donald Trump", he said.
According to the source, Iran remains an "important near neighbour" for India, and a major oil supplier, and the government hoped to have further discussions with the U.S.to understand the options it has on dealing with Tehran, given the sanctions proposed to kick in by November 4, 2017. Rouhani has said Iran will stay in the accord if its interests are preserved.
Speaking during his visit to Vienna on Wednesday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said U.S. sanctions against Iran are a "crime and aggression", adding that Washington had not thought through the consequences of its plan to undermine Iranian oil exports.
Then on Friday in the Austrian capital, Iran's foreign minister will meet the top envoys from the five powers still party to the JCPOA - Britain, China, France, Germany and Russian Federation - according to Iranian state media.
Iran's prominent English daily, Tehran Times, in an opinion piece has slammed India for buckling under U.S. pressure to curb oil imports from Iran.
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"We heard very clearly what Nikki Haley said and we are in no doubt the USA will use pressure, not just on us around the world".
Japanese officials said last week, after USA diplomats pressed the country to cut back its purchases, that they were still deliberating.
Iranian state media reported on Tuesday that Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will be in Vienna, Austria for the talks.
A large bulk of Iran's oil revenues and banking ties will be at stake if neither can be protected by the EU.
"For now, that's the plan", an European Union source said.
The administration's tough new stance on Iranian exports, which goes far beyond what the Obama administration demanded and what most market experts were expecting, suggests that Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia have agreed to make up whatever Iranian production is taken out of the market, Vakhshouri said. He added that the new US policy is not about changing the Iranian government. Iran has asked the European countries to come up with a new economic package to offset the US sanctions and preserve the accord.
"These three countries account for about half of Iran's oil exports", it said.
Rouhani also told International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Yukiya Amano during a meeting that Tehran reserves the right to make "new decisions" based on whether or not Iran could still benefit from the 2015 nuclear deal, after the United States unilaterally withdrew from the accord in May. On Saturday, Trump wrote on Twitter that he had received assurances from King Salman of Saudi Arabia that the kingdom will increase oil production, "maybe up to 2,000,000 barrels" in response to turmoil in Iran and Venezuela.