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No need to overreact to Iran's nuclear moves: Chinese delegate

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Vienna, Austria - July 10, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Sign, logo of International Atomic Energy Agency
2. Various of delegates talking with each other
3. Press
4. Delegates at meeting hall
5. Iranian ambassador to IAEA Kazem Gharib Abadi walking to podium
6. Abadi speaking at podium
7. SOUNDBITE(English) Kazem Gharib Abadi, Iranian ambassador to IAEA:
"The majority of the delegations deplored the unilateral withdrawal of the United States at this session meeting of the Board of Governors. And they supported the preservation of the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) and also deplored the unilateralism. The majority of the Board members and also the observed member states requested all parties to the JCPOA to implement their obligations under the deal full and effectively."
8. Meeting hall, attendees
9. Chinese delegation at meeting
10. SOUNDBITE(Chinese) Fu Cong, head of Chinese delegation at IAEA Board of Governors meeting; director general, Department of Arms Control, Chinese Foreign Ministry (partially overlaid by shot 11):
"We believe that it is not logical for the United States, as a country who has already withdrawn from the Iran nuclear deal, to ask for this meeting to discuss Iran's situations in terms of abiding by the nuclear deal. Most of the delegations expressed their concerns over Iran's reduction of compliance with the deal. At the same time, they made strong criticism about the U.S. withdrawal from the deal."
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11. U.S. Ambassador to IAEA Jackie Wolcott
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12. Attendees
13. Press taking photos

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The international community should not overreact to Iran's recent nuclear moves because they do not incur any proliferation risks, said Fu Cong, head of the Chinese delegation at an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Board of Governors meeting on Wednesday.

Iran's recent actions do not contravene Iran's obligation under the safeguard agreement, said Fu, who is director general of the Department of Arms Control of the Chinese Foreign Ministry.

Fu made the statement after the 35 members of IAEA board of governors gathered at the IAEA headquarters in Vienna of Austria for a closed-door meeting at the request of the United States.

It was confirmed last week that Iran had exceeded the stockpile of enriched uranium permitted under the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in response to the U.S. withdrawal from the deal and sanctions against the Gulf country.

"The majority of the delegations deplored the unilateral withdrawal of the United States at this session meeting of the Board of Governors. And they supported the preservation of the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) and also deplored the unilateralism. The majority of the Board members and also the observed member states requested all parties to the JCPOA to implement their obligations under the deal full and effectively," said Iranian ambassador to IAEA Kazem Gharib Abadi after the meeting.

China expressed at the meeting its regret over Iran's exceeding some of the limits under the 2015 nuclear deal, while noting that the current situation came as a result of the U.S. unilateral withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal and its imposition of unilateral sanctions against Iran.

"We believe that it is not logical for the United States, as a country who has already withdrawn from the Iran nuclear deal, to ask for this meeting to discuss Iran's situations in terms of abiding by the nuclear deal. Most of the delegations expressed their concerns over Iran's reduction of compliance with the deal. At the same time, they made strong criticism about the U.S. withdrawal from the deal," said Fu.

Fu urged the United States to abandon its maximum pressure policy against Iran and to resume the agreement.

He also called on related parties to accelerate efforts and take concrete actions so that Iran could reap the economic benefit promised under the nuclear deal.

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Austria-IAEA/Iran

No need to overreact to Iran's nuclear moves: Chinese delegate

Dateline : July 10, 2019

Location : Austria

Duration : 1'43

  • English
  • Français
  • العربية
  • Pусский
  • Español
  • 日本語


Vienna, Austria - July 10, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Sign, logo of International Atomic Energy Agency
2. Various of delegates talking with each other
3. Press
4. Delegates at meeting hall
5. Iranian ambassador to IAEA Kazem Gharib Abadi walking to podium
6. Abadi speaking at podium
7. SOUNDBITE(English) Kazem Gharib Abadi, Iranian ambassador to IAEA:
"The majority of the delegations deplored the unilateral withdrawal of the United States at this session meeting of the Board of Governors. And they supported the preservation of the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) and also deplored the unilateralism. The majority of the Board members and also the observed member states requested all parties to the JCPOA to implement their obligations under the deal full and effectively."
8. Meeting hall, attendees
9. Chinese delegation at meeting
10. SOUNDBITE(Chinese) Fu Cong, head of Chinese delegation at IAEA Board of Governors meeting; director general, Department of Arms Control, Chinese Foreign Ministry (partially overlaid by shot 11):
"We believe that it is not logical for the United States, as a country who has already withdrawn from the Iran nuclear deal, to ask for this meeting to discuss Iran's situations in terms of abiding by the nuclear deal. Most of the delegations expressed their concerns over Iran's reduction of compliance with the deal. At the same time, they made strong criticism about the U.S. withdrawal from the deal."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
11. U.S. Ambassador to IAEA Jackie Wolcott
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
12. Attendees
13. Press taking photos


The international community should not overreact to Iran's recent nuclear moves because they do not incur any proliferation risks, said Fu Cong, head of the Chinese delegation at an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Board of Governors meeting on Wednesday.

Iran's recent actions do not contravene Iran's obligation under the safeguard agreement, said Fu, who is director general of the Department of Arms Control of the Chinese Foreign Ministry.

Fu made the statement after the 35 members of IAEA board of governors gathered at the IAEA headquarters in Vienna of Austria for a closed-door meeting at the request of the United States.

It was confirmed last week that Iran had exceeded the stockpile of enriched uranium permitted under the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in response to the U.S. withdrawal from the deal and sanctions against the Gulf country.

"The majority of the delegations deplored the unilateral withdrawal of the United States at this session meeting of the Board of Governors. And they supported the preservation of the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) and also deplored the unilateralism. The majority of the Board members and also the observed member states requested all parties to the JCPOA to implement their obligations under the deal full and effectively," said Iranian ambassador to IAEA Kazem Gharib Abadi after the meeting.

China expressed at the meeting its regret over Iran's exceeding some of the limits under the 2015 nuclear deal, while noting that the current situation came as a result of the U.S. unilateral withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal and its imposition of unilateral sanctions against Iran.

"We believe that it is not logical for the United States, as a country who has already withdrawn from the Iran nuclear deal, to ask for this meeting to discuss Iran's situations in terms of abiding by the nuclear deal. Most of the delegations expressed their concerns over Iran's reduction of compliance with the deal. At the same time, they made strong criticism about the U.S. withdrawal from the deal," said Fu.

Fu urged the United States to abandon its maximum pressure policy against Iran and to resume the agreement.

He also called on related parties to accelerate efforts and take concrete actions so that Iran could reap the economic benefit promised under the nuclear deal.

ID : 8115691

Published : 2019-07-11 09:41

Last Modified : 2019-07-11 17:39:47

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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