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Iran Deputy FM embarks on diplomatic visit to Tokyo

The visit marks a significant diplomatic exchange between the two nations, offering a platform for discussions on various fronts. During his stay in Tokyo, Bagheri Kani’s agenda is brimming with crucial meetings. The Deputy Political Minister is set to have a meeting with Japan’s Foreign Minister, Yoko Kamikawa, and Senior Japanese Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs, Takehiro Funakoshi. These high-profile discussions are expected to delve into matters of mutual interest, fostering stronger diplomatic ties between the two nations.

Apart from government officials, Bagheri Kani will also hold meetings with parliamentary representatives in Japan, contributing to a broader dialogue on political, economic, and cultural collaboration.

In a bid to enrich the diplomatic exchange, Bagheri Kani has included engagements with Japanese scholars in his schedule. These discussions are anticipated to provide valuable insights into academic perspectives on bilateral relations and global affairs.

The discussions during Bagheri Kani’s visit are poised to cover an array of topics, including bilateral relations between Iran and Japan. Additionally, the meetings will address regional and international developments, underscoring the commitment of both nations to understanding and navigating the complex geopolitical landscape.

This diplomatic visit serves as a testament to the enduring ties between Iran and Japan, fostering open dialogue and cooperation on matters of shared interest. As the Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs engages in these high-level discussions, it signals a commitment to strengthening diplomatic relations and promoting understanding between the two nations.

On December 13, the Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian met with his Japanese counterpart on the sidelines of the World Refugee Forum in the Swiss city of Geneva. During their meeting, the two officials underscored the importance of enhancing ties and promoting bilateral relations and cooperation. Referring to the old and deep-rooted ties between the two countries, Kamikawa announced there were plans and schedules for bilateral meetings between the officials of the two countries in the near future.

The foreign ministers of Japan and Iran also agreed to maintain communication over the ongoing humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip. Both sides expressed hope for a de-escalation of the war between the Israeli regime and the Palestinian resistance group Hamas and vowed to step up efforts to prevent further expansion of the conflict in the region.

Source: Tehran Times