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China plays important role in Iran nuclear talks: UN chief

English.news.cn   2015-07-22 16:23:52

BEIJING, July 22 (Xinhua) -- UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Wednesday that China had played an important role during the Iranian nuclear talks that resulted in a landmark comprehensive accord.

The UN Security Council on Monday adopted a resolution to endorse the newly-reached Iranian nuclear deal, Ban noted during a telephone conversation with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi.

Ban said he believed that the Chinese side would continue providing strong support to the implementation of the comprehensive deal and the UN resolution.

Wang, for his part, said that the agreement will safeguard the global nuclear non-proliferation system and lower the risk of war in the Middle East region.

The agreement could serve as a positive reference for the handling of other international and regional hot spots, and it also proved the importance of the principle of settling disputes by peaceful means, which is enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations, Wang said.

Wang hailed the unanimous adoption of a resolution by the UN Security Council to endorse the nuclear deal, saying it laid a solid foundation for the thorough implementation of the agreement.

The Chinese foreign minister also urged all parties involved to show sincerity and honor the promises they made in the landmark agreement.

China is ready to work together with all the parties involved, including the United Nations, to make new contributions to the proper implementation of the comprehensive agreement, Wang said.

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China plays important role in Iran nuclear talks: UN chief

English.news.cn 2015-07-22 16:23:52

BEIJING, July 22 (Xinhua) -- UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Wednesday that China had played an important role during the Iranian nuclear talks that resulted in a landmark comprehensive accord.

The UN Security Council on Monday adopted a resolution to endorse the newly-reached Iranian nuclear deal, Ban noted during a telephone conversation with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi.

Ban said he believed that the Chinese side would continue providing strong support to the implementation of the comprehensive deal and the UN resolution.

Wang, for his part, said that the agreement will safeguard the global nuclear non-proliferation system and lower the risk of war in the Middle East region.

The agreement could serve as a positive reference for the handling of other international and regional hot spots, and it also proved the importance of the principle of settling disputes by peaceful means, which is enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations, Wang said.

Wang hailed the unanimous adoption of a resolution by the UN Security Council to endorse the nuclear deal, saying it laid a solid foundation for the thorough implementation of the agreement.

The Chinese foreign minister also urged all parties involved to show sincerity and honor the promises they made in the landmark agreement.

China is ready to work together with all the parties involved, including the United Nations, to make new contributions to the proper implementation of the comprehensive agreement, Wang said.

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UNITED NATIONS, July 20 (Xinhua) -- Major members of the UN Security Council on Monday welcomed the landmark nuclear deal reached on July 14 in Vienna between Iran and major world powers, as the 15-nation UN body unanimously adopted a resolution to endorse the deal.

Representatives of the five permanent Council members, namely Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States, took the Council floor to express their support for the deal, an outcome of long, tough negotiations between the five plus Germany and the Islamic republic. Full story

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