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Wang Yi Puts Forward Four-point Views on the Current Negotiation on the Iranian Nuclear Issue

2015/06/04

On June 4 local time, Foreign Minister Wang Yi attended a meeting among foreign ministers of China, Russia and Iran. Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif of Iran briefed on the latest updates of the negotiation on the Iranian nuclear issue and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov of Russia elaborated on the stance of the Russian side. With regards to the current negotiation, Wang Yi said that the situation has become more complicated as the negotiation entered its final stage. Under such circumstances, all parties should maintain composure, have patience, and advance the negotiation process, so as to reach a comprehensive agreement as scheduled.

Wang Yi noted that in view of current circumstances, China holds the following views. First is to cherish the hard-won outcome scored by the negotiation on the Iranian nuclear issue in Lausanne, which was contributed by the joint efforts of the six nations and Iran. Second is to advance the negotiation in the next phase on the basis of the Lausanne framework and make the detailed texts. All parties should not raise new demands to prevent the negotiation process from being complicated. Third is to attach sufficient importance to and properly handle the proper concerns of all parties. All parties should meet each other half way rather than alienate each other. Fourth is to reach a comprehensive agreement at an early date, which conduces to safeguarding the international nuclear non-proliferation regime and the peace and stability in the Middle East region. China is willing to continuously play a positive and constructive role in this regard.

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