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China threatened Iran amid conflict with Pakistan, know what Xi Jinping said – India TV Hindi

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China’s President Xi Jinping and Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi.

Amidst the conflict with Pakistan, China has given a big warning to Putin’s friend Iran. Iran and China have come face to face on one issue. China has warned Iran of facing consequences if it does not reform itself. Russia is also surprised by this unexpected incident. Actually Iran and Russia are good friends among themselves. China and Pakistan are also friendly countries. Just a few days ago, Iran had carried out an airstrike on Pakistan. After this, Pakistan also retaliated against Iran. Since then there is tremendous tension between the two countries. Meanwhile, China’s threat to Iran is not without reason.

In fact, China has warned Iran about the frequent attacks by Houthis on commercial ships in the Red Sea. China has told Iran to stop Houthi attacks or be prepared to risk trade relations. Let us tell you that Iran-backed Houthis are continuously carrying out drone and missile attacks on ships in the Red Sea. Chinese officials have reportedly called on their Iranian counterparts to intervene and stop attacks on ships in the Red Sea by the Iran-backed Houthis.

Iran should stop Houthi attacks in the Red Sea

Iran-backed Houthis are continuously targeting ships in the Red Sea. Chinese officials have told their Iranian counterparts to curb attacks on ships in the Red Sea by the Iran-backed Houthis or risk damaging trade ties with Beijing. Iranian sources said the strikes and trade between China and Iran were discussed at several recent meetings in Beijing and Tehran, but declined to provide details about when they took place or who participated. China says: ‘If our interests are harmed in any way, it will have an impact on our trade with Tehran.

China is Iran’s biggest trading partner

China has given this threat to Iran even though it has been a major trading partner of Beijing for a decade. The Houthis say the attacks are in support of Palestinians in Gaza. The Houthi attacks have increased shipping and insurance costs by disrupting a key trade route widely used by Chinese ships between Asia and Europe. For example, Chinese oil refiners bought more than 90% of Iran’s crude exports last year, according to tanker tracking data from trade analytics firm Kpler, as U.S. sanctions drove away many other customers and offered steep discounts to Chinese companies. Benefited from. However, Iranian oil accounts for only 10% of China’s crude imports and Beijing has a range of suppliers that can make up the shortfall from elsewhere. Iranian sources said Beijing has made it clear that it would be extremely disappointed with Tehran if any ships belonging to China were harmed, or the country’s interests were affected in any way.

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