Prime Minister Abe visits Iran at a summit with President Rohani, and since tensions are rising due to confrontation with the United States, no one wants military confrontations, so constructive responses to alleviate tensions I worked with On the other hand, President Rouhani declared that “I do not want war like Iran” and expressed his intention to welcome Japan’s efforts.
With the increase in tension in the Middle East due to the confrontation between the United States and Iran, Prime Minister Abe, who visited Iran for the first time in 41 years as Prime Minister of Japan, had a summit with President Rohani from 10: 30 in the 12th of Japan. I came to
The talks were held in the form of small meetings and expansion meetings, which were much longer than planned and lasted approximately two and a half hours.
Among them, Prime Minister Abe declared: “Peace and stability in the Middle East are vital not only for this region but for the prosperity of the world, and nobody wants a military clash. “I decided to visit Iran from the point of view,” he called for a constructive response to ease tensions.
In response to this, President Rouhani said that “I do not want war like Iran,” he said he would appreciate Japan’s efforts.
In addition, Prime Minister Abe expressed his intention to support the nuclear agreement on Iran and declared that “I firmly hope to continue to comply with the nuclear agreement,” and Iran, an important country in the region, is actively working for the stabilization of the Middle East. Work to play an important role
On the other hand, President Rouhani stated that he would evaluate Japan’s continued support for the nuclear agreement, saying that “Iranian did not pursue the end of the nuclear agreement and banned nuclear weapons, and did not persecute.”
In addition, Prime Minister Abe declared that “I will continue to be interested in the development of economic relations between the two countries, including the trade in crude oil when the international environment surrounding Iran is in place,” President Rouhani said. “I would like to thank you for showing interest in importing crude from Japan.”
On the other hand, Prime Minister Abe, based on the fact that there was significant damage in Iran due to the March flood, the total amount of 200 million through the WHO = World Health Organization, etc., with In order to repair the water supply facilities and provide medical products. The idea of carrying out an emergency grant of more than 70 million yen was conveyed.
In response, President Rouhani thanked the two leaders for the steady progress in the development of the relationship towards the centenary of the creation of diplomatic relations.
The US Department of State supports the visit to Iran
The US State Department expressed its support for Prime Minister Abe who visits Iran to ease tensions in the United States and Iran.
A spokeswoman for the State Department of the United States of America in the United States of America, spokesperson Altares, told a news conference on Tuesday that Prime Minister Abe had been visiting Iran, saying: “Iran will the region on behalf of Iran, and that malicious activity must stop, we have the same idea. “
He then declared that “we support any action taken by Prime Minister Abe” and “I am convinced that Prime Minister Abe will convey a message that Iran does not tolerate taking measures to increase tension”. And he expressed his hope to work in Iran.
The White House journalist also asked President Trump about the situation in Iran: “When Iran became president, Iran was terrorism around the world, and criticized the Iranian nuclear agreement led by the old Obama administration.
He said: “I do not want Iran to have any problems, hopefully, I can do well with Iran.”
Like the United States, with the cooperation of Japan, which has established a good relationship with Iran, it seems that they want to overcome the situation.
The secretary’s chief of staff “generally meaningful conversations”
At a press conference in one morning, Secretary-General Ban Shin said: “Prime Minister Abe works to ease tensions at the meeting with President Rohani, and Japan has always supported the nuclear agreement, and the Iranian nuclear agreement will continue.” He said that they expected to comply with the requirements and urged them to comply with the nuclear agreement, which in general was considered a very significant exchange. “
After that, “Prime Minister Abe will meet with Mr. Hamenei from now on, but I hope he will continue to have a frank exchange of views, but I can not predict at this time.” Prime Minister Abe’s current visit to Iran is And it does not pretend to be an intermediary between Iran and Iran. “