Putin, Abe to discuss Kuril Islands problem
Sep02

Putin, Abe to discuss Kuril Islands problem

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will discuss the Kuril Islands at a meeting in Vladivostok on Friday, but this issue will not be the main one, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Thursday. When asked whether the Kuril Islands issue will be raised, Peskov noted it will arise “for sure.” There were contacts in Moscow (on the issue) between the Foreign...

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“Stalingrad” in Kuril preference: Why is the United States threatening Japan with a sea war?
Jun27

“Stalingrad” in Kuril preference: Why is the United States threatening Japan with a sea war?

Author: Andrey Gandzha “Let me get through today, and I shall not fear tomorrow,” St. Philip Neri It is already a fact that the Chinese have given start to a big geopolitical game to gain control over the East and South China seas. They are trying to get their hand on Senkaku Island, building flight strips on Spratly Islands, are organizing an identification zone there and are expanding from “island to island” towards the...

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Development Of Economic Ties Between Russia And Japan Important For Improving Relations – Analysis
May27

Development Of Economic Ties Between Russia And Japan Important For Improving Relations – Analysis

Russia is ready to hold dialogue with Japan and continue talks on a peace treaty through discussions on the territorial issue, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at a briefing following the ASEAN – Russia Summit in the Black Sea resort of Sochi on Friday, May 20. He also stressed that Moscow does not link the economic partnership with Japan and the existing territorial disputes between the countries. “We are not selling anything....

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Japan’s Leader Visits Russia Breaking Ranks with US
May15

Japan’s Leader Visits Russia Breaking Ranks with US

On April 6, President Vladimir Putin met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the Black Sea resort of Sochi. The leaders discussed the ways to bolster bilateral ties and resolve the decades-long territorial dispute over the Kuril Islands. Ukraine, North Korea, Syria, international terrorism and bilateral cooperation were also included in the agenda. The parties decided to renew the regular meetings in the 2+2 format at the level...

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