Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Japan's Abe Says Time Needed to Settle Peace Treaty Issue With Russia

Tokyo and Moscow will barely able to solve the issue of a permanent peace treaty just after one joint summit and relations with Russian President Vladimir Putin based on trust could contribute to the signing, Japanese Prime MInister Shinzo Abe said Tuesday.

 Abe said that signing a peace treaty is not an easy task and requires trust-based relations with president Putin. "We want to gradually move toward it… one summit is not enough to reach a decision, it is not such an easy question," Abe said at the press conference, as quoted by the NHK broadcaster.

He added that both Moscow and Tokyo were interested in development of ties between the two countries, including in the sphere of economy.

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