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China and Iran expected to sign 25-year accord, Iranian state media says
  • Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will sign the agreement during his two-day visit to Beijing’s long-time ally, says state news agency IRNA
  • The accord is expected to include Chinese investments in Iran’s energy and infrastructure sectors
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There are only 3 fully independent countries in the world. China, USA, Russia. Because each of them doesn't have to care sanctions implemented by the others.
 

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China reduced oil imports from Iran massively.
Still want to talk crapped after getting humiliated? US want total zero oil import by China from Iran and not reduced.

The reduction is becos of domestic oil increase and lower activities. What excuse to want to pull out from you rear? :lol:
 

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The Western media is not taking this lightly. I'm not sure if China-Iran partnership will work out in the end, as US will try everything in it's power to keep China out of Mid East.
 

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China reduced oil imports from Iran massively.
China Is Buying Record Amounts of Iranian Oil



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Your news is from March 2021 after Biden came to power. Everybody knows he is soft on Iran
China reduced Iran oil imports by 70% when Trump was in power.
Lol.. your article posted is even worst. It's March 2020 and u want to claim relevant in March 2021?

Sorry, you cheapshot from your rear is not working... :enjoy:
 

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Iran, China sign 25-year cooperation agreement

DUBAI (Reuters) - The Chinese and Iranian foreign ministers on Saturday signed a 25-year cooperation agreement between the two allies in a ceremony carried live on state television.

“Our relations with Iran will not be affected by the current situation, but will be permanent and strategic,” Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi was earlier quoted by Iranian news agencies as saying.

“Iran decides independently on its relations with other countries and is not like some countries that change their position with one phone call.”


Wang met President Hassan Rouhani ahead of the signing of the agreement, which is expected to include Chinese investments in key sectors such as energy and infrastructure.

The accord is an example of “successful diplomacy,” Rouhani’s adviser Hesameddin Ashena was cited by Iranian media as saying. “A country’s strength is in its ability to join coalitions, not to remain isolated.”

Saeed Khatibzadeh, an Iranian foreign ministry spokesman, said the document was a “roadmap” for trade, economic and transportation cooperation, with a “special focus on the private sectors of the two sides.”


China, one of Iran’s largest trading partners and a long-standing ally, agreed in 2016 to boost bilateral trade by more than 10 times to $600 billion over a decade.

Its commerce ministry said on Thursday that Beijing will try to safeguard the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and defend the legitimate interests of Sino-Iranian relations.

The United States and the other Western powers party to the deal are at odds with Tehran over which side should first return to the accord, which was abandoned by former U.S. President Donald Trump in 2018.
 
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Iran, China sign 25-year cooperation agreement

DUBAI (Reuters) - The Chinese and Iranian foreign ministers on Saturday signed a 25-year cooperation agreement between the two allies in a ceremony carried live on state television.

“Our relations with Iran will not be affected by the current situation, but will be permanent and strategic,” Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi was earlier quoted by Iranian news agencies as saying.

“Iran decides independently on its relations with other countries and is not like some countries that change their position with one phone call.”


Wang met President Hassan Rouhani ahead of the signing of the agreement, which is expected to include Chinese investments in key sectors such as energy and infrastructure.

The accord is an example of “successful diplomacy,” Rouhani’s adviser Hesameddin Ashena was cited by Iranian media as saying. “A country’s strength is in its ability to join coalitions, not to remain isolated.”

Saeed Khatibzadeh, an Iranian foreign ministry spokesman, said the document was a “roadmap” for trade, economic and transportation cooperation, with a “special focus on the private sectors of the two sides.”


China, one of Iran’s largest trading partners and a long-standing ally, agreed in 2016 to boost bilateral trade by more than 10 times to $600 billion over a decade.

Its commerce ministry said on Thursday that Beijing will try to safeguard the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and defend the legitimate interests of Sino-Iranian relations.

The United States and the other Western powers party to the deal are at odds with Tehran over which side should first return to the accord, which was abandoned by former U.S. President Donald Trump in 2018.
Iran’s missiles will use China’s Beidou positioning system.
 

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