Today, June 19, it became known that the first Charter flight from Japan to the Southern Kuril Islands were again thwarted. Reported by the news newspaper Gazeta.ru.
Reportedly, the flight was not held due to bad weather conditions. According to the organizers of the trip, the departure was scheduled for 18 June, but it was postponed several times due to fog. It is reported that the passengers of the first Charter flight are mostly former Japanese residents of the Islands in the town Nakashibetsu on the island of Hokkaido.
Note that the flight was postponed to 19 June 2017.
IReactor previously reported that the Japan, bypassing China is preparing new sanctions against North Korea.