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Chinese Foreign Ministry: China is against Iran transforming into a nuclear power.

Chinese Foreign Ministry: China is against Iran transforming into a nuclear power. This was stated at a briefing held here today by the official representative of the Chinese Foreign Ministry, Tsin Gan, answering a question about the possibility of Beijing joining in with international sanctions against Teheran, ITAR-TASS reports.

EU considers sanctions against Iran

In the European Union has been achieved assent to imposition of sanctions against Iran - in connection with  enrichment of uranium conducted by Tehran. This statement was made by Finnish Minister of Foreign Affairs Alexander Stubb, Radio Liberty reports. Speaking in Saariselka during the meeting of EU foreign ministers, the Minister expressed  hope that he manage to convince China and Russia in necessity to vote for UN resolution,  imposing new sanctions against Iran.

Chinese businessmen come to make investments in Dagestan

Chinese businessmen come to make investments in Dagestan

Dagestan’s president, Magomedsalam Magomedov, met in Makhachkala on Thursday with representatives of business circles of China, headed by the president of Norinko International Cooperation, Wang Jinping, RIA Dagestan reports referring to the press service of the head of the republic.

Turkey to give Russia draft of agreement on nuclear power plant construction

Turkey will give Russia a draft of an intergovernmental agreement on the construction of a nuclear power plant, ITAR-TASS reports.In late February, the Russian side handed over its draft of the intergovernmental agreement to Ankara for examination.

China to expand high-speed rail system to 17 countries

China is planning to expand its high-speed railway system to 17 countries, including Russia, Iran and Turkey. “Negotiations are going on with the respective countries and construction should be finished in 2025,” Wang Mengshu, a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, was quoted as saying by Interfax.

China does not approve sanctions against Iran

China thinks that the application of sanctions against Iran will not favour solving the nuclear problem, said the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the PRC Yan Czechi, reports Interfax."We do not consider sanctions to be a possible way of solving the Iranian nuclear problem", - said the head of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Sunday during the press-conference being a part of session of the National People's Congress (NPC, the superior body of the political authority in China).

Iran ready to refuse uranium exchange if country hit by new sanctions

Iran's proposal on synchronous exchange of low-enrichment uranium remains in force only as long as new UN Security Council sanctions are not brought against Teheran, the permanent representative of Iran at International Atomic Energy Agency, Ali Asghar Soltanieh, said in an interview with Iranian news agency Mehr, RIA Novosti reported.

Beijing insists on talks to resolve Iranian nuclear issue

China expects the U.S. to take concrete steps to normalize bilateral relations, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Qin Gan said on Thursday, the Voice of Russia news agency said.  

Iranian Uranium: making the impossible to resolve

Iranian Uranium: making the impossible to resolve

Iran rejected the proposals of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the six international negotiators (the permanent members of UN Security Council and Germany) to transfer its uranium on beneficiation abroad.