Tehran – Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi is planning to speak with new Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi in Tehran on Sunday, diplomatic sources said Saturday.
The meeting with Raisi, an anti-U.S. conservative hard-liner who took office this month, comes as Iran faces a deadlock in nuclear talks with the United States and Europe. Japan, meanwhile, has built friendly ties with Tehran while also being allied with Washington.
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