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The United States said it would negotiate with all parties, including Iran, on the Iranian nuclear issue, and China Ministry of Foreign Affairs responded.

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Hua Chunying

February 19, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying presided over a regular press conference. A reporter asked questions. U.S. Secretary of State Blinken said that as long as Iran strictly abides by the Iran nuclear agreement, the United States will start a dialogue with Iran.

A spokesman for the U.S. State Department said on Thursday that the United States has accepted the invitation of the European Union to negotiate the Iranian nuclear issue with relevant parties in the presence of Iran. What is China’s response to this?

Hua Chunyu said that the current Iranian nuclear situation is in a critical stage, and there is a rare opportunity to push the comprehensive agreement back on track.

China believes that the early and unconditional return of the United States to the comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue is the key to breaking the current deadlock.

Therefore, we actively promote the convening of an international conference between Canada and the United States, the participants in the comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue, and negotiate a road map for the resumption of compliance by the United States and Iran. We are maintaining close communication with all parties on relevant issues. .

China welcomes the positive posture of all parties to promote the political settlement process of the Iranian nuclear issue through diplomatic dialogue.

We also call on the parties concerned to step up the implementation of the consensus reached at the Iranian Nuclear Ministers’ Meeting last December to promote the early return of the comprehensive agreement to normal.

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