SYDNEY Japan plans to reduce its dependency on Iranian oil amid growing global unease with the nation’s nuclear program, media reports Thursday said. “In the past five years, we have reduced… the amount of oil imported [from Iran],” Japan Finance Minister Jun Azumi reportedly said during a joint press conference with U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner in Tokyo. “We wish to take planned and concrete steps to further reduce this share, which now stands at 10%,” Azumi said. The pair also discussed the European debt crisis and China’s currency regime during an hour long meeting. It follows similar meetings held between Geithner and Chinese leaders in Beijing on Wednesday.