US President Donald Trump informed that the possible nuclear program with Iran can push economic sanctions for restraining activities which Washington has claimed a flood of attacks in the Middle East.
In a news conference between the US President and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Trump said in Tokyo, “I really believe that Iran would like to make a deal, and I think that’s very smart of them, and I think that’s a possibility to happen ”.
He also added, “ It has a chance to be a great country with the same leadership. We aren’t looking for regime change — I just want to make that clear. We are looking for no nuclear weapons.” Tensions have escalated between the United States and Iran after the attack of this month on the oil tankers in the Gulf region.
As a strong ally of Tehran’s regional rival Saudi Arabia has accused the attacks on Iran, which declines the accusations.
The United States has sent a carrier strike group, as well as bombers for the military deployment to the Mideast region and an extra 1,500 troops to the Gulf, triggering concerns of conflict.
The statements of the US President came after his national security advisor John Bolton claimed that the United States had “deep and serious” intelligence on the ultimate postured by Iran, without providing details.
In a four day long tour to Japan, US President greeted the help of Abe through a deal with Iran the claiming of the broadcaster NHK that Japanese leader is pondering a tour to Tehran as early as mid-June. Iran claimed a visit was not likely in the near future.
The US President said, “I know for a fact that the prime minister is very close with the leadership of Iran, and we’ll see what happens ”.
Amid their joint news conference, Abe claimed Japan would do what it can on the Iran issue.
Abe also pledged, “ peace and stability of the Middle East are very important for Japan and the United States and the international community as a whole”.
The US President pulled back the United States from a 2015 international nuclear deal with Iran and is wheeling the sanctions with an effort for ending the international sales of crude oil of Iran and throttle its economy.
As a major buyer of the Iranian oil for decades before the US sanctions – which the US President said were changing side.