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Visiting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday discussed Iran's nuclear program and developing trade ties.

In the video, Zarif also appears to troll Trump as well, saying: "To put it in real-estate terms, when you buy a house and move your family in it or demolish it to build a skyscraper, you can not come back two years later and renegotiate the price".

Abe also said, "It is important to negotiate face-to-face if the United States offers any proposals", as he views USA engagement as essential for realizing peace in the Middle East.

Abe departed Tokyo on a five-day Middle East tour Sunday, which will also see him visit the United Arab Emirates, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority.

Netanyahu praised "the tremendous growth of Japanese investment in Israel and Israeli investment in Japan".

Dubbed the "Great March of Return", the protest action is to continue until May 15 when, Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh says, the Gaza demonstrations will be replicated elsewhere along Israel's frontiers.

Abbas welcomed Abe at his presidential headquarters in the West Bank city of Ramallah before heading into a bilateral meeting without addressing the media.

"Japan regards Israel as a country full of talent, not just a state about technology, but humanity, art, and science, and I hope to increase the exchange of people between our two countries", Kono stated.

Kono also held a working meeting with President Reuven Rivlin, who called on the Japanese Foreign Minister to convey to the Palestinians the importance of direct negotiations with Israel.

The Palestinians deserve a homeland of their own but so does Israel.

The US president's December announcement that Washington would recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital and move the embassy there broke with decades of policy.

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