United States President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe discussed economic relations, Iran, North Korea, China and stability of the Indo-Pacific region during their much-anticipated bilateral talk in Tokyo on Monday.One of the significant takeaways from the joint press conference conducted by the two leaders following the bilateral talks was the decisive statement by Trump that the US was not seeking "regime change" in Iran."We"re not looking for regime change. I want to make that clear," CNN quoted Trump as saying. "We"re looking for no nuclear weapons."The statement has come two days after Trump announced that the US would deploy about 1500 additional troops to the middle east as a "protective measure."Shortly before the press conference, the US President had met with the families of citizens who were abducted by North Korea decades ago. During the meeting, Trump told the families that he would be working with Abe to bring their relatives home."I can also tell ...


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