Iran welcomes china's role in redesigning Arak reactor

BEIJING, Sep. 15 (MNA) – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif underlined China's role in Iran's nuclear deal with 5+1 and welcomed the country's constructive role in redesigning Arak research reactor.

Zarif made the remarks during a joint press conference with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi on Tuesday in Beijing.

Iranian minister underlined that China played a very positive role in nuclear negotiations. "I believe China would also keep its constructive role during the implementation of JCPOA."

As for the adoption of JCPOA in the Congress, Zarif expressed regret that some groups in the US and the region, especially Israeli regime, seek their own interests to produce conflict and tension.

"We hope that during the review process of JCPOA in US, they adapt to the realities and realize that the international community is not consistent with their policies since it seeks to resolve issues through diplomacy, negotiation and dialogue," Zarif underlined.

Zarif urged the American and regional dissidents to the JCPOA to respect the international will to solve the global questions through peaceful solutions.

Hailing China's role in the process of reaching a nuclear agreement, Zarif expressed hope illegal barriers would be removed to further deepen Iran-China ties.

Chinese foreign minister, for his part, said Beijing and Tehran agreed to start talks within the framework of strategic cooperation.

Iranian and Chinese economies are supplementary to each other, said Wang Yi adding his country is keen to deepen ties with Iran.

He further called on all sides of the nuclear talks to be faithful to their commitments.

China stresses importance of implementation of the JCPOA as soon as possible, he said.

Beijing will be faithful to its political commitments, Wang Yi said, adding his country and Iran believe that fight with terrorism is a must.

Heading an Iranian delegation, Zarif arrived in Beijing on Monday night.

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