19 January 2018

Japan, Russia have unlimited possibilities - PM Abe

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Shinzo Abe also said he hopes his eight-provision cooperation plan will help expand contacts between the two countries’ peoples. informs, Russia and Japan have unlimited possibilities to develop bilateral relations in all spheres, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said in an exclusive interview with General Mikhail Gusman after Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Japan.

"I think that it is the Japanese-Russian relations that have most of all possibilities and it can be said that these possibilities are unlimited. We with President Putin arrived at the conclusion that should Japan and Russia have mutual intent they will have unlimited possibilities to develop relations in all spheres," Abe said.

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent two-day visit to Nagato (Yamaguchi Prefecture) and Tokyo, the first one in the past 11 years, focused on two major topics, namely the peace treaty between the two countries and the problem of southern Kuril Islandsm, and bilateral economic cooperation.

2016.12.18 / 21:57
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