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Ma Zhaoxu Attends Talks on Iran Nuclear Issue in Almaty

2013/04/07

From April 5 to 6, 2013, a new round of talks on the Iran nuclear issue was held in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Six countries on the Iran nuclear issue - the U.S., Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany as well as Iran attended the talks. China's Assistant Foreign Minister Ma Zhaoxu led the Chinese delegation.

Ma pointed out that this round of talks is constructive and significant. For the first time the two parties conducted sincere, in-depth and substantive discussions on the solution to the Iran nuclear issue. They have common concerns while differences still exist in their stances. The Chinese side expects that all relevant parties, by continuing to narrow the gaps and gradually expand consensus during negotiations, would provide conditions where a comprehensive and long-term solution to the issue is possible. China is consistently committed to talks of peace and is ready to work with all sides to make continued and constructive efforts toward that end.

During the meeting, Ma also met with representatives of the U.S., Russia, Iran and France.

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