Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he intends to discuss with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the question of the South Kuril Islands at the G20 summit in Germany. In particular, it is planned to raise issues of joint economic activities and a visit to the Islands former residents.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe plans to discuss with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the question of the South Kuril Islands at the G20 summit. This was reported TASS, citing the statement of the head of the Japanese government at a press conference.
«We have agreed with President Putin that we will have a meeting at the G20 summit. I expect to discuss joint business activities, as well as visits to former residents of the Islands of the graves of their ancestors,» said Abe.
Putin and Abe met in Moscow in late April. At its end was signed about 30 agreements. The sides discussed prospects of cooperation in the Kuril Islands.
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