Beijing opposes any move against JCPOA
Beijing, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kangn said on Thursday that his country is opposed to any illegal measures violating the internationally-recognized accord signed in the year 2015 themed as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Speaking to the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA), he said Beijing strongly opposes to any measures violating the JCPOA or mind to put mounting pressures on Iran and underlined that his country regards the move 'unacceptable'.
Any move against the JCPOA will be unconstructive and Beijing believes that such measures against Iran's nuclear accord will be detrimental to peace, security and stability of the region.
Those countries undersigned the nuclear accord with Iran in 2015, should remain committed to their pledges and fully carry out their commitments.
Beijing has explicitly voiced its stances with regards to the internationally-recognized treaty and believes that all parties should remain committed to their pledges
On upcoming Warsaw conference, he said Iran strongly opposes such conference.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA