Iran extends the nuclear route as a warning to China

Iran extends the nuclear route as a warning to China

China has warned that diplomacy on Iran's nuclear program has reached a new level and that a severe crackdown on Tehran's lack of cooperation with inspectors could hamper global efforts to stop the spread of nuclear weapons.

The US-backed resolution, drawn up by three European powers at the International Atomic Energy Agency, called for Iran to "fully cooperate" with IAEA's requests to visit two sites performing low-level nuclear work two decades ago. Is. But this has led to an uphill battle with Iranian allies, and China has criticized the Vienna-based IAEA on Thursday for issuing a five-page declaration that "the whole world-wide regime may collapse."

"The root cause of this situation lies in America's arbitrary and intimidating methods," said Beijing Ambassador Wang Qin. If this resolution is to be accepted, the number of casualties in the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and the world powers will also be heard. The Trump administration pulled out of the deal in 2018, ending its economic assault on the Islamic Republic, but other signatories have pledged to bail it out.

The line widens the growing divide between East and West, with Beijing and Washington influencing each other's policies and tit-for-tat sniping. Chinese authorities have sentenced Chinese officials this week to jail members of a minority Muslim population. At the same time, officials in China are warming to the idea of ​​another word for President Donald Trump, as his administration has disrupted the traditional American coalition.

"It is time for us to speak officially and uniformly," UAE Ambassador Jackie Walcott said in a statement on Thursday. "The resolution submitted by France, Germany, and the UK is a balanced and fair response to Iran's dangerous actions. While we firmly believe that the text can be strengthened, the US accepts and fully supports the proposal and urges all other members of the board to do the same."

The possibility of a unified position on Iran has diminished by the end of the 35-year IAEA summit. Russian Ambassador Mikhail Ulyanov signed an agreement with China, questioning the need for a resolution.

Since the Covid-19 social elimination measures have not changed, the IAEA conference has been moderated remotely by video. Should the IAEA report last month that its monitors are still examining the nuclear facilities records announced by Iran? As stated in the 2015 agreement, they want to visit places in the early 2000s that may have done small-scale investigations with nuclear materials. This functionality was first revealed in a cache of documents obtained by Israel. The IAEA Monitor says they have verified enough information to independently check additional sites.

The agency's 33 snap inspections last year, in a statement, said Iranian spokesman IAEA Kazam Gharib Abadi said the situation around the Iran deal was "far worse than ever." The ability of brief notice visits is one of the major forces underlying the negotiation of world powers. A vote on the motion is required, which must take place in person and be attended by Friday.

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