They also confirmed a joint desire to see China cease militarization of disputed territories in the East China Sea
US President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Saturday confirmed a joint desire to eliminate oil imports from Iran, a US official said.
The two leaders also discussed a “desire to see Iran change its path and seek a more peaceful course forward,” US Ambassador to Japan William Hagerty said in a call with reporters.
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Yet the US wants India to stop importing oil from Iran in return for their help, which would send fuel prices soaring.
Only Modiji can strike a deal where India gets nothing while the US gets its way!
Trump and Abe also confirmed a joint desire to see China cease militarization of disputed territories in the East China Sea, Hagerty said.