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China vows to push forward Iran nuclear talks
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c_330_235_16777215_0___images_stories_edim_02_at2(106).jpgTEHRAN – China said on Monday it is ready to make joint efforts with relevant parties to push forward the Iran nuclear negotiations in the new round of talks.
 
Iran and the 5+1 group (the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany) are scheduled to resume nuclear talks on a final nuclear agreement in Vienna on Tuesday. 
 
The talks on Iran’s nuclear issue are entering an important new stage, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei told a daily news briefing, noting that key elements of a comprehensive accord will be the main topic during the new talks, Xinhua reported on Monday.
 
“China urges relevant parties to stick to peaceful talks, adopt an objective and pragmatic attitude, seek common ground while solving differences, and jointly pursue mutual benefits and a win-win outcome,” he said.
 
China stands ready to work with relevant parties to promote negotiation on the Iranian nuclear issue, Hong said.
 
Iran and the 5+1 group struck an interim six-month deal in November last year, according to which Iran agreed not to expand its nuclear program and to suspend its 20 percent uranium enrichment in return for a limited easing of the sanctions imposed on the country. 
 
MT/PA 

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