Zarif meets with Japanese counterpart to discuss intl., regional, bilateral issues

MNA – The foreign ministers of Iran and Japan have discussed the latest developments in bilateral relations, the JCPOA, international and regional issues, including the situation of Yemen, Syria and North Korea.

Mohammad Javad Zarif and Taro Kano met on Friday on the sidelines of the 4th edition of Mediterranean Dialogues Conference (MED) in the Italian capital of Rome.

The meeting that took place during lunch time, the two top diplomats discussed and exchanged views on bilateral relations, the JCPOA, international and regional developments, including the situation of Yemen, Syria and North Korea.

Heading a delegation, Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammad Javad Zarif arrived in the Italian capital, Rome, on Wednesday evening to attend the 4th edition of Mediterranean Dialogues (Rome MED 2018) and hold talks with a number of his foreign counterparts.