Tehran (IP) - Iranian president's Chief of Staff Mahmoud Vaezi in his tweet stated that the relations between Iran and Japan are long-standing and have always been based on friendship, trust and mutual respect.
Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo on Friday said he had decided to step down due to worsening health conditions, and said he apologized to citizens from the bottom of his heart for not being able to fulfill his duties.
Iran's ambassador to Japan, Morteza Rahmani Movahed, called for greater cooperation between the two countries.
With the beginning of the Muharram month, a special virtual mourning program for Iranians, students, and devotees of Imam Hussein (AS) was held by the Cultural Counselor of Iran's Embassy in Japan.
More than half of Japanese companies believe that the Tokyo Olympics, originally planned for this summer but postponed for a year due to the novel coronavirus, should be cancelled or put off again, a survey by a Japanese think-tank found.
Tehran (IP) - The Twitter page of the leader of the Islamic Revolution considered the killing of one hundred thousand people in the US nuclear attack on Hiroshima as a sign of the nature of the arrogant, irreligious, and immoral US army.
The dwindling number of witnesses to the world's first atomic bombing in Hiroshima were among those marking the 75th anniversary of the slaughter.
Britain and Japan stand “side by side” on support for freedom in Hong Kong and other major issues, Britain Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said after a meeting with his Japanese counterpart Motegi Toshimitsu on Wednesday.
The Japanese prime minister stressed on the eve of the 75th anniversary of the US atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, that these "tragedies" should not be repeated.
Officials in Japan's Okinawa region have declared a state of emergency due to explosive spread of coronavirus cases the majority of which have been detected among US forces based there.