He also attributed the USA administration's anger to its ideological defeats, adding, "Russia's leader stood with us in the war against Daesh (ISIL terrorist group) which has resulted in the United States frustration and fury".
Friday's parade also showcased various Iranian army units and Revolutionary Guard forces, as well as the police.
Boeing and Airbus are still required to get a license from the US Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) before they formalize any aircraft sale to Iran-Boeing because the company is based in the US, and Airbus because it relies on so many US suppliers to make its planes. Trump also previously hinted that he might not recertify the nuclear deal in mid-October during its next 90-day deadline, which could trigger the US' withdraw from the agreement unless the Iranians agree to renegotiate it like he wants.
Rouhani addressed the parade in Tehran, saying that Iran would not halt its missile program but continue to boost military capabilities, despite US demands.
The comparison could reinforce Kim's view that he needs nuclear-armed, intercontinental ballistic missiles to deter the US from attacking him, according to Mark Fitzpatrick at the International Institute for Strategic Studies.
Inspectors from the United Nations nuclear watchdog agency the IAEA, which monitors the deal's implementation, have found Iran consistently in technical compliance.
Rouhani, during a 23-minute address at the U.N. General Assembly, never mentioned Trump by name.
CHANG: Did he say what Iran would do if the US tries to get out of the deal? If he turns around in a month's time, in a few weeks' time and says they're not, what changed?
As I discuss in a new article in the National Interest Online, administration officials and hawks throughout the USA foreign policy community increasingly link the issues involving the two countries.
Rouhani said the end of the nuclear deal would be more detrimental to the United States than to Iran. The money flowing to Iran because of sanctions relief is funding these activities and more, the deal's critics argue.
"We have reached the shores of this side of the Atlantic through Rumi and spread our influence throughout Asia", Rohani said, referring to the 13th-century mystic writer whose Persian-language poems are widely read in the West. And I think that's a very unsafe thing, especially when he's trying to deal with the same countries, Iran - with Russian Federation and China to deal with North Korea. Characterizing it as an agreement negotiated with six world powers, not just the United States, and endorsed by the U.N. Security Council, he said that "it belongs to the global community in its entirety and not only to one or two countries".
The Trump administration imposed new sanctions on Iran in July in response to its missile program.
"There was no yelling and we didn't throw shoes at one another", he said.
Macron signaled openness to a follow-up agreement, saying that the deal was no longer enough to safeguard against growing power of Tehran in the Middle East.
Trump made major mistakes in his speech and leveled "baseless allegations that are beneath the dignity of the United Nations and the person who deems himself the president of a country", Rouhani added.