Visiting U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage said Tuesday that Washington intends to stay in touch with Tokyo regarding any plan to attack Iraq.

In talks with Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasuo Fukuda, held at the Prime Minister’s Official Residence, Armitage said the United States has not yet decided what to do with Iraq, according to a Japanese government official who briefed reporters.

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