Tokyo appeal to Tehran

Japan yesterday urged Iran to drop its uranium enrichment programme, warning it faced international isolation if it failed to do so.
Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Aso told an Iranian envoy here Tehran must avoid becoming isolated, and should not underestimate the December UN sanctions resolution demanding it stop its uranium enrichment, Jiji Press said.
Aso cited Japan’s isolation from the rest of the world after its 1933 decision to pull out of the League of Nations.

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