Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian has praised the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, calling on the United States to show “sincerity” and completely lift its “illegal” sanctions on Iran.
The world must take “serious and effective” steps to counter the U.S. coercion against developing states, an Iranian diplomat has said.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has appealed to U.S. President Joe Biden's administration to lift or waive all sanctions on Iran as agreed under a 2015 deal aimed at stopping Tehran from developing a nuclear weapon.
In what appeared to be a concerted campaign of turning up the heat ahead of the potentially last round of nuclear talks in Vienna, the United States initiated a series of targeted measures against Iran possibly to pressure it into giving more concessions in the thorny issues that the negotiating parties have so far failed to make headway on.
American and European officials have launched a concerted diplomatic campaign in a bid to extract more concessions from Iran in the nuclear talks while refusing to provide assurances that they will not renege on their promises again as they did in the 2015 deal
An Iranian diplomat told a session of the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday that Tehran is against using sanctions as a weapon against countries, including Syria, saying such moves are “immoral and unlawful”.
Chairman of the Iran-China Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industries Mr. Majid-Reza Hariri believes the trade exchange between Iran and China may likely be doubled if the U.S. sanctions against Iran are removed.
Government Spokesman Ali Rabiee said on Tuesday that the 13th Presidential election in Iran which was held energetic with people's participation conveyed a very important message of a "Big No" to those behind the sanctions against the Iranian nation and those who had called the nation to boycott the election.
A detailed report by the Iranian Parliamentary Research Center (IPRC) has stated that the United States is putting up obstacles in lifting sanctions against Iran, Press TV reported on Sunday.
During the Iran-Spain Trade Day meeting, participants referred to the Spanish private banks’ caution regarding deal with Iran due to the sanctions and called for resolving it to materialize the 5-billion-trade target between the two countries.