"The US isn't merely violating JCPOA and bullying others to do so, too. It also has dishonor of being first in UN history to punish law-abiding countries for NOT violating a Security Council res," Zarif wrote on his Twitter account on Monday.
"I will present Iran's case to the Council abt noon ET, Tues," he added.
Earlier in June, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in a message slammed Trump's call for new talks with Iran, stressing that Tehran and other Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) parties never breached the deal.
"We achieved humanitarian swap *despite* your subordinates' efforts, @realDonaldTrump," Zarif tweeted on June 5.
"And we had a deal when you entered office. Iran & other JCPOA participants never left the table,” he added.
"Your advisors—most fired by now—made a dumb bet."
"Up to you to decide *when* you want to fix it," Zarif continued.