Jun 10, 2019, 3:00 PM
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 Japan's PM initiative to ease tension in region: Chinese media

Tehran, June 10, IRNA –Chinese media say that the Japanese prime minister's visit to Tehran is supposed to reduce tensions and that Iran has always been keen on dialogue to resolve international crises and welcomes Japan or any other country to join the process.

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will soon be heading to Iran to discuss regional developments, including the 2015 nuclear deal (JCPOA), and the issue of tensions between Iran and the United States",  China Org said in its opinion on Monday.

The Chinese media has introduced Abe as a high-ranking official who has had very good relations with Iranian leaders, who can make successful efforts to reduce tensions.

The report emphasizes that dialogue has certainly never been detrimental, especially since other parties will also join this process.

This Chinese media added that if there is a solution to sensitive issues that could lead to a critical situation, it should naturally be welcomed and supported. This is not the case for the United States and Iran.

China Org said that Abe has personally stated that he will use everything he can to solve existing issues, especially since his country has extensive economic relations with Iran, and in the field of energy purchases a lot of oil from Iran, and its interests require the peace and stability of the region help.

The Chinese media has made Donald Trump's mistakes the president of the United States to withdraw from the international treaty, including the nuclear deal (JCPOA), and has led him to create a crisis that has made Iran an important regional and international actor. Iran has acted carefully with its commitment to.

At the end of this article continues that  Anyway, a dialogue that can be useful for all sides of the crisis can be used to reach a stage of the new agreement.

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is scheduled to visit Tehran this week-end and is scheduled to meet with Iranian officials during the three-day stay in Tehran.


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