Japanese PM, IOC president confident Olympics will be held on time despite pandemic
Prime Minister of Japan Yoshihide Suga and President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Thomas Bach have asserted that the Olympic Games in Tokyo will be held as planned in the summer of …
Aeroflot Airlines resumes flights to Tokyo
Aeroflot on Thursday resumes flights from Moscow to Tokyo, interrupted amid the coronavirus pandemic this spring. According to Aeroflot schedule, the first flight will take off on Thursday at 22:30 …
Japanese PM seeks active dialogue on peace treaty with Russia
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga is determined to maintain his predecessor Shinzo Abe’s policy aimed at boosting relations with Russia and advancing peace treaty talks, member of the upper …
New Japanese PM plans to finalize talks on Kuril Islands
The new Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga plans to finalize the talks on the Kuril Islands, aiming for comprehensive development of relations with Russia, including the signing of a peace …
Tokyo refuses to comment on alleged Russian attempts to derail Olympics
Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Katsunobu Kato declined to comment on the UK Foreign Office’s claims that Russian special services had allegedly tried to disrupt the Tokyo Olympics using cyber …
UK claims Russian hackers tried to derail Tokyo Olympics
The UK Foreign Office claims that Russian intelligence services tried to organize cyber attacks in order to derail the Tokyo Olympics before it was postponed until 2021 due to the pandemic, the …
Aeroflot resumes flights from Moscow to Tokyo from November 5
Aeroflot will resume flights from Moscow to Tokyo on November 5, the airline said. The carrier will also increase the number of flights to Belarus, Switzerland and the Maldives.
"From November 5, …
Abe hopes that Japan will ink peace treaty with Russia under new PM
Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is hoping that his successor Yoshihide Suga will be able to boost talks with Russia to resolve the peace treaty issue, he said in an interview with Yomiuri …
Japanese parliament approves Yoshihide Suga as new premier
The Japanese parliament on Wednesday approved the new chairman of Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party, Yoshihide Suga, as the country’s new prime minister.
His candidacy was approved …
Japan cancels up to 600 flights over typhoon Haishen
Up to 600 air flights were cancelled in Japan starting on Sunday after typhoon Haishen approached the southwestern parts of the country, Japan’s NHK television channel reported.