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Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Surprise! China calls for... 'patience'

China's UN ambassador said on Tuesday that it's still 'too soon' to impose another round of sanctions on Iran, and that what's necessary is more 'patience.' After all, it takes a few months to build a nuclear weapon.
“This is not the right time or right moment for sanctions because the diplomatic efforts are still going on,” Chinese Ambassador Zhang Yesui told reporters through an interpreter.
Well, by that standard, we'll never impose sanctions, because the Obama administration will never give up on 'diplomatic efforts.'
“The efforts aimed at diplomatic negotiations on the Iranian nuclear issue still need some time and patience,” said Zhang, whose country holds the rotating presidency of the UN Security Council this month.

“Trying to bridge differences and finding a settlement through diplomatic efforts — there’s still space for such efforts,” he said.
And according to Hillary Clinton, there always will be.

What could go wrong?


At 8:07 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

There will never be a lack of excuses to avoid imposing sanctions on Iran.

What could go wrong indeed


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