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China's foreign minister says Iran can 'manage the situation' and protect Middle East from further tensions

China's foreign minister says Iran can 'manage the situation' and protect Middle East from further tensions 


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China's foreign minister says Iran can 'manage the situation' and protect Middle East from further tensions




China, citing the attack on the Iranian embassy in Syria and last weekend's retaliation, said it believed Iran could "successfully manage the situation and protect the region from further turmoil" while safeguarding its sovereignty and dignity. Ta.



Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi reiterated Iran's emphasis that China will not target regional or neighboring countries in a telephone conversation with Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahian on Monday, state news agency Xinhua reported on Tuesday. He said he would evaluate it.



Wang also said he recognized Iran's actions were limited and taken in self-defense. Wang said China strongly condemns and strongly opposes the embassy attack, calling the incident "unacceptable."



After briefing Wang on Iran's position, Prime Minister Amir Abdullahian told Wang that Iran is aware of the tensions in the region, is prepared to exercise restraint, and has no intention of further escalation.



Tensions are rising in the Middle East as the Israeli military vows to respond to Iranian attacks and several countries call for restraint. Since Saturday night's rocket attack, many countries have summoned Iranian ambassadors.



According to Xinhua news agency, Wang also met with Saudi Arabia's foreign minister on the same day and said that China is ready to work with Riyadh to prevent further escalation in the Middle East.



Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud said Saudi Arabia "strongly expects" China to play an active and important role in this regard, and that Saudi Arabia is committed to achieving an immediate and unconditional agreement. He said he is ready to strengthen communication and cooperation with Chin



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