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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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

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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