China makes things crystal clear by saying that “carrying out business with Iran does not hurt the interests from other country”.
Chinese International Administrative agency revealed this right after United States Commander in chief Donald Trump pointed out that “companies carrying out business with Iran will be kept out from the United state of america”.
Within an announcement, the Chinese Executive branch restated its own opposition on unilateral sanctions.
It stated that “commerical collaboration among China as well as Iran does definitely not breach UN Safety and security Council resolutions” and also “ought to be respected” and even safeguarded.
China called on relevant parties to resolve the #Iran issue through dialogue and consultation based on the principle of equality and mutual respect, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Friday, in response to the US’ latest announcement to reimpose formal sanctions on Iran pic.twitter.com/yTHdlriYjv
— People’s Daily,China (@PDChina) August 11, 2018