Japans Foreign Minister: Japan will continue to support the Iran nuclear agreement.

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 Japans Foreign Minister: Japan will continue to support the Iran nuclear agreement.


US President Trump announced in May 8th that the United States would withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement and impose the most severe economic sanctions on Iran. Japanese Foreign Minister Kawano Taro regretted the withdrawal of the us the next day and said Japan would continue to support the Iran nuclear agreement. According to the Japanese NHK television report on May 9th, Kawano Taro said on the same day that the United States withdrew from the Iraq nuclear agreement would have a major impact on the viability of the nuclear agreement, which Japan regrets. The Iranian nuclear agreement will help to strengthen the nuclear non-proliferation system and maintain peace and stability in the Middle East. Japan expresses its support and expects the countries of the agreement to continue to take constructive measures in the future. In addition, Kawano Taro said the Japanese side is closely watching the development of the situation, and will have more consultations with the Iran nuclear power agency in the future. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Zhu Xiaodong _NBJS6126 US President Trump announced in May 8th that the United States would withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement and impose the most severe economic sanctions on Iran. Japanese Foreign Minister Kawano Taro regretted the withdrawal of the us the next day and said Japan would continue to support the Iran nuclear agreement. According to the Japanese NHK television report on May 9th, Kawano Taro said on the same day that the United States withdrew from the Iraq nuclear agreement would have a major impact on the viability of the nuclear agreement, which Japan regrets. The Iranian nuclear agreement will help to strengthen the nuclear non-proliferation system and maintain peace and stability in the Middle East. Japan expresses its support and expects the countries of the agreement to continue to take constructive measures in the future. In addition, Kawano Taro said the Japanese side is closely watching the development of the situation, and will have more consultations with the Iran nuclear power agency in the future.