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The US has approached China about the latter’s crude oil imports from Iran, seeking to pressure Iran into nuclear deal negotiations through its biggest oil client, Reuters has reported, citing US and European officials.

US-Iran negotiations of a new version of the nuclear deal-which would see US sanctions lifted-ended in an impasse earlier this year as Iranians voted for a new president and government. Iran had signaled it would return to the negotiating table once the government took office, but this has already happened, and the negotiations have not been resumed.

“We are aware of the purchases that Chinese companies are making of Iranian oil,” one US source told ReutersOwn a Toyota or HondaNew insurance data shows soaring theft rates, addingThe companies noted in a statement that preliminary results through March 31 from late-stage testing in that age group foun, “We have used our sanctions authorities to respond to Iranian sanctions evasion1940AP, including those doing business with China, and will continue to do so if necessary.”

“However, we have been approaching this diplomatically with the Chinese as part of our dialogue on Iran policy and think that, in general, this is a more effective path forward to address our concerns,” the source also said.

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