Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said on Tuesday that the new round of sanctions imposed on Iran by the U.N. Security Council will not affect China's trade with that country.
United Nations sanctions for refusing to suspend nuclear enrichment appeal to more travel and financial controls on Iranian citizens and companies, and implement some mandatory restrictions. At the same time resolution widens goods types to be banned on trade. All there commodities for civilian and military uses, as well as all related technologies are prohibited to sell to Iran.
Qin Gang, a spokesman of Chinese Foreign Ministry said that the trade between China and Iran are normal.
These trades have no correlation with Iran's nuclear plans and also do not go against the U.N. Security Council's resolutions. We hope to continue the trade, and hope to cooperate in the relevant trade. Qin said at a press conference.
Qin reiterated that Chinese government believes that the best way to solve the Iranian problem is negotiations. The Chinese side hopes that the resolution of the Security Council and the International Atomic Energy Agency can be implemented earnestly and comprehensively. he said. He also expressed that China will continue to play a constructive role in Iran nuclear issue.
China is increasingly becoming a more important trade partner of Iran since the United Nations and the United States' sanctions of encouraging Western companies to cancel contracts with this Country.