Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will not visit Moscow for Victory Day celebrations to show solidarity with Western countries, e.g. USA. It is expected that Tokyo will send to participate in ceremonial activities own Ambassador.
Starting from short-term political interests of some favorites of Western States decided not to visit Moscow on may 9 to participate in the festive events in honor of the victory over fascism. As we are told by many experts, the organizer of a similar scenario was the United States. They hinted own closest partners that are waiting for solidarity in this decision.
Japan decided to repeat the actions of the Americans. Thus, it became known that the Prime Minister powers Shinzo Abe will not visit Moscow on May 9. The basis of similar decisions not called directly own choices, and the position of other States.
"No choice for Tokyo, but miss this event does not exist" in the current circumstances, reports The Japan Times citing an anonymous source in the government. The publication noted that United States President Barack Obama and Prime Minister of England David Cameron has decided not to participate in the events. South Korean President Park Geun-Hye also arrive.
Deciding to abandon his visit to the Russian Federation, Abe thus highlights the importance of powers of the Union with the United States. Politician goes to Washington in late April, where it will be held summit talks with U.S. President Barack Obama.
Another informant added that Tokyo will send to Russian President Vladimir Putin an invitation to come to Japan during the year. In addition, in order to minimize the negative effect on Russian-Japanese ties waiver from attending the celebration of Victory Day, Shinzo Abe himself will visit the Russian Federation.
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