Chinese representative to the U.N. Security Council warns the Islamic regime
Iran Press News: Translation by Banafsheh Zand-Bonazzi.
According to a report from the Kuwait news agency (KUNA) the Chinese representative to the U.N. Security Council, during a news conference, indicated that should Tehran's regime refuse to comply with the March 29th, 15-member Security Council approved, non-binding presidential statement [asking the Islamic regime to suspend uranium enrichment activities within 30 days], there will be unpleasant consequences.
China took over the presidency of the Security Council in April; as such the Chinese representative detailed the outline of the working plan and said: "We have a lot of advice for Tehran's regime; we ask that they comply with their obligations and we warn against any rejection of the Security Council statement. Tehran's regime must be very mindful of the current global position. Any refusal to accept international requests will have dire repercussions."