Iran, North Korea, Russia and China have ventured to create their strategic collaborations as they try to counter the increasingly aggressive US attempt to hamper their interests.
Beijing is at the core of Washington’s push. It held its first in-person talks with the officials from the US President Joe Biden’s admin, resulting in a distinct flare-up which might enflame the feud.
Wan Yi, the Chinese Foreign Minister, who was also a part of the Alaska talks alongside Yang Jiechi, the Chinese Communist Party Foreign Affairs Commission Director previous Thursday, was all set to visit Tehran this Friday to meet Mohammad JavedZarif, his Iranian counterpart as well as President Hassan Rouhani.
As the spokesperson for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, SaeedKhatibzadeh, Iran and China planned to evaluate the plans of strengthening the collaboration between both the nations and exchange their views on regional and international developments.
Both the countries are a member of the multilateral nuclear agreement done in 2015, called Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, which offered Iran the sanction relief in return of eliminating its nuclear initiative. The 2018’s decision of former US President Donald Trump to leave the accord as well as implement the unilateral restrictions held against Tehran provoked the country to avoid a few of treaty’s decision, thus putting the agreement in great danger.