Japanese Ambassador to Iran Hiroyasu Kobayashi said his country resolute to implement the nuclear deal in a stable way.
Bilateral relations between Tehran and Tokyo have expanded not only in cultural and academic fields, but also in political and economic spheres since the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action has been implemented, he said at Iran-Japan joint seminar on future of bilateral ties as well as international and cultural developments.
The envoy noted that mutual ties between the two countries have been promoting as the two sides are exchanging delegations.
Iran and Japan signed an agreement in investment, he said, adding Japan has allocated a $10 billion credit line to Iran.
"Japanese government is resolute to implement the JCPOA in a stable manner and it wants to implement it completely.”
Earlier in December, Spokesman of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Behrouz Kamalvandi has said that Japan has allocated 2 million euros for cooperation with Iran in nuclear safety, nuclear security and safeguards.