Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi stressed that his country’s position on the nuclear issue is logical and justified, pointing out the need to find innovative ways to prevent unilateral and unfair US sanctions.
During a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, both presidents described the relationship between the two countries as friendly and longstanding, noting that “Iran’s economic and trade relations with many countries of the world are developing, taking into account attention to the history of cooperation. Long-standing relationship between Iran and Japan and many areas of cooperation between them, including the development of the Chabahar port, as well as health and environmental cooperation.
Raisi pointed out that “the position of the Islamic Republic on the nuclear issue is quite logical and justified”, stressing that “we are ready to come to a fair agreement, and we emphasize that, given the negative history of America, guarantees must be obtained to prevent a repetition of this bitter experience.”
The Iranian President expressed respect for “the ongoing efforts to reach an agreement in the nuclear talks”, adding that “Iran’s regional contacts and dialogues are developing.”