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China always supports Iran against US sanctions

Beijing, A Beijing university professor and senior analyst at the China Institute of International Studies (CIIS) said that China has always supported Iran on its 2015 nuclear deal and fulfill its commitments towards Tehran in the face of US sanctions.

Professor li Guofu, a senior analyst at the China Institute of International Studies (CIIS), said in an interview with IRNA 'Beijing does not pay attention to US withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and believes that the domestic laws of a country like the United States should not be generalized to international community and become the base of decision making.

He called the US sanctions against China and its re-imposition of sanctions on Iran as unfair, adding that such sanctions will never be able to affect Iran and China.

The director of Middle East center at China Institute of International Studies said that new US sanctions against Iran are not effective, adding 'Iran is an important and heavyweight power in the region. The Middle East without Iran has no peace or stability, and the United States is pushing for a balance of power in the Middle East by boycotting Iranian oil.'

The professor at the University of Beijing announced that the United States has been struggling to exert pressure on Iran and threaten countries not to buy Iranian oil for a change in the balance of power in the Middle East.

Throughout the history, the United States, has been trying to change the Middle East's balance of power and push the region towards turmoil.

As Arab countries of the region are facing the Arab Spring, Iran is getting stronger every day and, while maintaining its internal cohesion, has become a powerful country on the international scene.

Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA

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