A cautious thaw in long antagonistic relations between Tehran and Washington set in when Iran struck a 2015 deal with six big powers limiting its nuclear activity.
Iran has also threatened to scale down its nuclear commitments if its interests are not met. Trump also reinstated tough sanctions on Iran, targeting its oil sector.
'The only solution for reducing tensions in this region is stopping that economic war'.
What Mr Abe can accomplish remains unclear, as Iran has already warned Europe that it will begin to enrich uranium closer to weapons-grade levels by July 7 if it does not come up with new terms to the deal.
European and Western policies 'have only caused damage in the region, ' Zarif said. Iran has given the remaining signatories to the JCPOA, including E3 - Germany, France and Britain - a two-month time to draw up a plan to offset the US sanctions otherwise Tehran will take next steps.
After the United States reinforced its military might in the Persian Gulf by sending additional troops, PATRIOT missile defense systems and B-52 bombers, countries in the vicinity were on-guard for a conflict between the U.S and Iran.
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Trump, in withdrawing from the deal, pointed that the accord had not limited Iran's ballistic missile program, or addressed what American officials describe as Tehran's malign influence across the wider Mideast.
Tanaka also warned that if Japan is seen as any kind of messenger serving US interests, it would damage Japan's bilateral relationship with Iran.
"We have not seen practical and tangible steps by Europeans to guarantee Iran's interests so far, and Tehran will not discuss any issues beyond the nuclear agreement", said Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi quoted by Iran's state television. "Both (Iran and the U.S.) want to settle (the crisis) through dialogue, and they believe the status quo is not good", the official said.
There were two primary reasons which the Trump administration cited when defending their bid to walk away from the Iran nuclear deal. Among the strongest counterparties of Iran in the Region, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Israel.
Still, despite Trump's remarks, some remain concerned that hard-liners within the Trump administration, most notably National Security Adviser John Bolton and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, may be more interested in changing Iran's political regime by maintaining economic sanctions, rather than engaging in diplomacy to ease tensions with Iran. "We want to avoid any misunderstandings that would lead to automatic reactions that could lead to violence".
Maas said his visit was aimed at getting Iran to agree to stay in the deal. "There are initiatives that are supported by us", he said.