Japanese PM Shinzo Abe likely to visit Moscow on January 21 - newspaper
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is likely to pay a visit to Moscow on January 21, 2019 to hold talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Japan’s newspaper Sankei reported on Monday, TASS …
Japanese bank CEO says creating energy bridge between Russia’s Sakhalin and Japan possible
It is possible to create an energy bridge between Russia’s Sakhalin Island and Japan to ensure cheap energy supplies, Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Governor Tadashi Maeda said …
Peace treaty vital for ‘extraordinary breakthrough’ in Russia-Japan ties, says Abe
Clinching a peace deal between Japan and Russia will contribute to achieving an unprecedented breakthrough in bilateral relations and this step will open new horizons for both countries’ …
Japanese politician says Kuril Islands need to be demilitarized for handover to Tokyo
Shikotan Island, part of the Kuril archipelago, and a group of small islands of Habomai should be demilitarized in case of their handover to Tokyo, which needs to provide guarantees that US troops …
Return to 1956 declaration implies no transfer of Russian territories to Japan - Kremlin spokesman
The return to the 1956 Joint Declaration in the Russia-Japan peace treaty talks in no way implies an automatic transfer of Russian territories to the Japanese side, Russian president’s press …
Japanese premier to visit Russia in late January 2019
The Japanese government started preparations for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to Russia next January to discuss the peace treaty issue, the Kyodo news agency said on Friday, citing sources …
Negotiations with Japan on peace treaty require deep analysis - Putin
Talks with Japan over a peace treaty based on the 1956 Declaration require serious groundwork, Russian President Vladimir Putin said after his visit to Singapore.
"Yesterday, indeed, during our …
Japan, Russia to solve territory dispute, Abe vows
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe hopes that Japan and Russia will solve their territorial dispute and sign a peace deal based on trust built between the two leaders.
"We will solve the territorial …
Russia, Japan, UN agree on cooperation in fighting Afghan drug threat
Russia, Japan and the UN Office on Drugs and Crime will cooperate in the fight against the Afghan drug threat, according to a trilateral declaration signed in the UN Vienna office on Monday.
Trade turnover between Russia and Japan grows by over 17% in 2018 — official
Bilateral trade turonver between Japan and Russia grew by almost 18% this year and reached $14 bln, Deputy Prime Minister and Russian presidential envoy for the Far Eastern Federal District Yury …