Japan and India share the same goal in terms of universal nuclear disarmament and differ only in their approaches to achieve it, Indian Ambassador to Japan Aftab Seth said Monday.

“(The two countries) have no difference in opinion. India is the only nuclear power willing to negotiate nuclear weapons out of existence,” he said during a visit to The Japan Times.

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