Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, shown in May, said on Monday that the US should rejoin the Iran nuclear deal and “scrap all sanctions imposed on Iran, other third-party entities and individuals”. Photo: Reuters Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, shown in May, said on Monday that the US should rejoin the Iran nuclear deal and “scrap all sanctions imposed on Iran, other third-party entities and individuals”. Photo: Reuters
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, shown in May, said on Monday that the US should rejoin the Iran nuclear deal and “scrap all sanctions imposed on Iran, other third-party entities and individuals”. Photo: Reuters

Iran

China seeks US return to Iran nuclear deal and a lifting of sanctions

  • ‘The Iran nuclear situation is now at a critical juncture,’ Foreign Minister Wang Yi says
  • The incoming Joe Biden administration has indicated an intention to rejoin the pact, which US President Donald Trump exited in 2018

Topic |   Iran
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, shown in May, said on Monday that the US should rejoin the Iran nuclear deal and “scrap all sanctions imposed on Iran, other third-party entities and individuals”. Photo: Reuters Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, shown in May, said on Monday that the US should rejoin the Iran nuclear deal and “scrap all sanctions imposed on Iran, other third-party entities and individuals”. Photo: Reuters
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, shown in May, said on Monday that the US should rejoin the Iran nuclear deal and “scrap all sanctions imposed on Iran, other third-party entities and individuals”. Photo: Reuters
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