Hossein Amirabdollahian also praised China's valuable support in providing Iran’s required COVID vaccine and exchanged views on the latest situation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
For his part, Wáng Yì, a member of the state council and China’s foreign minister, stressed Beijing's position on the need for a full return of all parties to the JCPOA and praised Iran's position in this regard.
The Chinese foreign minister stressed that he has instructed his colleagues to continue close consultations between the two countries.
Announcing Beijing's readiness to implement the 25-year cooperation document, the Chinese foreign minister stressed Beijing's commitment to continue working with Tehran to curb COVID-19 disease and provide the COVID vaccine as long as Tehran requests.
He also stressed that the leaders of the two countries agreed to fully expand bilateral relations, and therefore Beijing will continue to cooperate and consult with Iran at all levels, including cooperation at regional and international levels.