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The visit of this Japanese official to Iran could be an effective way of reducing the tension between Iran and the United States; Mike Bosak, East Asian issues analyst said.

Speaking to ILNA news agency, a professor at the International University of Japan and East said, "Considering the escalation of tensions between Iran and the United States and recent American decisions to take action against Iran, the visit of this Japanese official to Iran could be an effective way of reducing the tension between Iran and the United States."

"Japan has good relations with Iran. On the other hand, it has good relations with the United States, and it can be said that it is a good option that can be used to mediate Iran and the United States to reduce its tension," he added.

He believes that the visit of the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the Iranian leader can have great importance for reducing the differences between Iran and the United States. "Japan is actually seeking to reduce tension between Iran and the US, because it can import oil from Iran."

Mike Bosak added that Abe must have gain the trust of Iranian officials because Iran has now lost its trust in the United States, and given trump's lack of commitment to international agreements and the continuation of sanctions, Iran cannot trust the United States.

"I believe this trip can help to reduce tensions between Iran and the United States."

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United States Shinzo Abe Japanese Prime Minister US-Iran tensions Mike Bosak
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