China opposes any attempt to change the terms of the JCPOA and UNSC Resolution 2231 and the United States has no right to resort to the mechanisms enshrined in the JCPOA to achieve certain goals after its withdrawal from the deal. China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi stressed.

Iran Press/Iran News: According to the Chinese Foreign Ministry's website, Wang Yi stressed in a video conference with his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif on Wednesday that China and Iran are strategic partners and always support each other on important issues related to the main interests of the people of the two countries.

The top Chinese diplomat said, "We want to maintain this good tradition with Iran, to continuously strengthen mutual trust, to develop practical cooperation, and to promote bilateral relations to a new level."

The Chinese foreign minister thanked Iran for voicing sympathy with his country and rendering assistance to the Chinese people in the fight against the Coronavirus.

For his part, Zarif condemned the interference of the United States and some Western countries in China's internal affairs, saying the move would weaken global stability. 

Zarif praised China's successful performance in the fight against Coronavirus, saying, "The mutual support of the two nations in this field is a new opportunity to show solidarity, and appreciated the help of the Chinese government to his country in the battle." 

Iran's foreign minister went on to refer to the comprehensive strategic relations between the two countries and expressed hope that a comprehensive cooperation document between the two countries would be signed soon.

Zarif also suggested that special facilities be provided for the businessmen of the two countries to safely travel under the coronavirus epidemic conditions.