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The leaders of Japan and Iran met on the sidelines of U.N. meetings in New York on Sunday, with Tokyo proposing increased investment as an impetus for Tehran to implement a nuclear deal with six major powers.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani also agreed to work together toward an early conclusion of recently commenced talks to sign a mutual investment pact, a Japanese official said.

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