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TOKYO : Japan’s largest oil refiner Eneos Holdings Inc will consider resuming oil imports from Iran if an settlement to revive a 2015 nuclear deal is reached, although the corporate has not begun such preparations but, its chairman mentioned on Thursday.

It will take about two-to-three months to resume oil imports from Iran if and after such an settlement on the nuclear deal is made because the refiner will want to make numerous preparations corresponding to insurance coverage and delivery, Eneos Chairman Tsutomu Sugimori advised reporters.

France on Wednesday mentioned a call on salvaging Iran’s 2015 nuclear deal with world powers was simply days away and that it was now up to Tehran to make the political alternative whereas Tehran known as on Western powers to be “realistic.”

(Reporting by Yuka Obayashi; Editing by Sam Holmes)

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