China opposes U.S. on new economic sanctions against Iran

January 2010
East-Asia-Intel Reports;1/13/2010, p1
The article announces that China has opposed harsh economic sanctions of the U.S. against Iran. It states that the U.S. has planned to impose sanctions to Iran for its refusal to support by international controls on its uranium enrichment program. According to Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu, they hope that the U.S. will adopt a more flexible policies for sanctions are not the way to resolve the main issues.


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