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China rejects further sanctions on Iran

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China rejects further sanctions on Iran

Postby *jr » Tue Oct 30, 2007 9:46 am

This is the same lady who reportedly said "Iran is NO threat to Israel or any nation".
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Source: Reuters

"China and Israel emerged from talks on Iran's nuclear future on Tuesday with each side sticking to divergent positions on whether additional United Nations sanctions would help defuse the standoff.

Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni was in Beijing seeking to persuade China to back tougher economic restrictions on Tehran unless it curtails nuclear activities that Western powers say are aimed at making nuclear weapons.

"We believe that there's a need to enhance the sanctions in order to stop Iran," Livni told a news conference after meetings with senior Chinese officials. "We believe that there is a need for more sanctions in the United Nations Security Council."


"Responding to Livni's message, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman underscored his country's stance that a negotiated settlement was still viable.

"We believe that a peaceful resolution of the Iran issue through negotiation is the best choice," spokesman Liu Jianchao told a news conference. "China has always maintained that in international relations sanctions should not be rashly applied."

more: http://haaretz.com/hasen/spages/918560.html

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Re: China rejects further sanctions on Iran

Postby zulaika » Tue Oct 30, 2007 10:00 am

jr,

huuno, why should strained relations between axhednijaas, yahuud and indha baquuq be of any concern to qaxooti somalis like us? Very Happy

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Re: China rejects further sanctions on Iran

Postby *jr » Tue Oct 30, 2007 10:19 am

[quote="zulaika"]jr,

huuno, why should strained relations between axhednijaas, yahuud and indha baquuq be of any concern to qaxooti somalis like us? Very Happy[/quote]

beacause we should be against the bombing and killing people for their oil resources.

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Re: China rejects further sanctions on Iran

Postby Steeler [Crawler2] » Wed Oct 31, 2007 2:19 am

As oppossed to bombing and killing people because of their clan affiliation???


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