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Text of report in English by Japan's largest news agency Kyodo
Tokyo, May 31 Kyodo - Japanese Foreign Minister Katsuya Okada urged his Iranian counterpart Manuchehr Mottaki on Monday in Tokyo that Tehran halt its controversial uranium enrichment programme, over which the United States has presented a draft resolution to the UN Security Council to impose fresh sanctions on the country.
Okada told reporters after his meeting with Mottaki that he insisted Tehran should "make a crucial political decision now for the sake of the Iranian people" to avert additional sanctions.
The Japanese minister said he indicated the possibility that Tokyo will back the …