British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt voiced optimism on Monday that the diplomatic impasse over the Iran nuclear deal could be resolved.
Geng said the US should stop exerting pressure on Iran and create the conditions for a political and diplomatic settlement of the issue.
The Iranian supertanker, carrying 2.1 million barrels of light crude oil, was seized with the help of British Royal Marines earlier this month off Gibraltar, a British overseas territory at the southern tip of Spain.
The joint commission overseeing the accord, made up of representatives from the countries still in the deal the Europeans plus China, Russia and Iran - will meet "very soon" to discuss Tehran's breaches, Hunt said.
Washington says it is applying "maximum pressure" on Iran to agree stricter limits on its nuclear capacity, curb its ballistic missile program and end support for proxy forces in a Middle East power struggle with USA -backed Gulf Arabs.
An oil tanker traveling through the Strait of Hormuz near the Persian Gulf stopped transmitting its location, and there are now fears that Iran was involved amid heightened tensions between Tehran and the United States.
The Panamanian-flagged oil tanker "Riah" usually transits oil from Dubai and Sharjah to Fujairah, a trip of just under 200 nautical miles that takes a tanker like this just over a day at sea.
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"That is a red flag", Raja said.
The official accused Zarif of using US freedoms "to spread malign propaganda" and said Zarif "is a mouthpiece of an autocracy that suppresses free speech".
The U.S. 5th Fleet, based in Bahrain, was "aware of the reports", but had no further details, said spokeswoman Lt. Christina Gibson.
"She is among suspects that have been recently arrested", judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili said, without specifying the accusations against her. "I believe if you want to look at the right place for those who have malign activity in our region, the USA needs to look at its own allies, not at Iran". That's according to the website of the judiciary.
He described them as "embarrassing but it is not a threat to national security". They include the Iranian-American Siamak Namazi, the British-Iranian Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, and the Swedish-Iranian Dr. Ahmad Reza Jalali. Her family denies the allegations.
An anthropologist and director of research at the Center for International Studies (CERI) at Sciences Po, Adelkhah is the author of numerous publications on Iran and Afghanistan.
In calibrated steps of response, Iran has surpassed limits of uranium stockpiles and enrichment agreed to in the nuclear deal for the first time since it took effect in 2016.
The Islamic Republic, which has been under a variety of sanctions since its founding in 1979, invested in its ballistic missiles and nuclear programmes because of those sanctions, he added.
She indicated that for now the European Union would focus on diplomatic efforts to save the nuclear deal, which signatories in 2015 touted as essential to ward off the risk of a wider Middle East war jeopardizing global energy supplies.