Report: Clinton presses China to use influence on Iran

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November 11, 2011 10:46

 
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US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton urged China to utilize its ties with Iran to pressure the Islamic Republic over its nuclear program, AFP reported Friday.

Speaking with Chinese Foreign MIinister Yang Jiechi in Hawaii before an Asia-Pacific conference, Clinton said "it was critical for China to communicate both publicly but also privately with Iran that they were on a course that was dangerous," according to an official that attended the meeting.

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