Chinese FM urges patience in Iran nuclear talks

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
February 5, 2010 18:16

 
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China is calling for patience and diplomatic efforts with Iran to address Teheran's nuclear ambitions.



Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jieche told a gathering of the world's top defense officials in Munich Friday that negotiations with Iran have "entered a crucial stage."




"The parties concerned should, with the overall and long-term interests in mind, step up diplomatic efforts, stay patient and adopt a more flexible, pragmatic and proactive policy," Jieche said.




He said the "purpose is to seek a comprehensive, long-term and proper solution through dialogue and negotiations."






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