Tokyo expects the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin will visit Japan in 2015, said the official representative of the Japanese Foreign Minister Yasuhisa Kawamura.
"Both leaders agreed that - based on last year's arrangements - They will look for the most suitable time for the visit of President Putin to Japan. There is no specific date on which They would agree, They will continue discussion and investigation of this possibility. Understanding between 2 leaders, which has been achieved in the past year that Putin's visit is required to undergo in the course of 2015 and this agreement is now in force. The two leaders will make efforts to make this happen, " said Kawamura. Kawamura noticed that preparations for the visit of Putin " must move forward in a constructive and calm atmosphere ", RIA " Novosti ". According to his statement, "the two leaders also agreed to explore the possibility of making another round of negotiations, dialogue during the summit, use such multilateral forums as the" Big twenty ". Abe and Putin have not touched upon the subject of punishment in the course of their meeting on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly." Japan imposed punishment, but as the Prime Minister said that Minsk consensus must be respected fully. We imposed a punishment not for punishment themselves, this is not an end in itself, it is a reaction to the current situation in Ukraine. If the situation will to advance, then these penalties will be lifted. We hope that this signal was understood by the Russian side, " said Kawamura." The meeting lasted 40 minutes, the discussion was Frank and very versatile and significant. They discussed 3 points, one of them - territorial issues. Most importantly, Russia and Japan agreed to promote dialogues on peace Treaty so that They could find a mutually acceptable solution, " said Kawamura.
according to his statement, Abe said of Putin, "the foreign Minister held intense discussions on the issue of a peace Treaty and territorial disputes" and " Both Ministers agreed to hold dialogues at the level of Deputy Minister on 8 October "." The Prime Minister said that dialogue on a peace Treaty are obliged to proceed According to the agreements, which reached the two leaders in April 2013, " - said the official representative of the MFA of Japan." I not only said that They (Abe and Putin) agreed on the issue of Syria, but They look at issues from one angle, so that the instability in the Syrian Arab Republic has caused large numbers of immigrants to Japan and this fact is concerned, " said Kawamura. Kawamura said that " on the issue of Syria, Prime Minister Abe stated that compliance with the stability in the Syrian Arab Republic is very important."" Putin also explained how Russia is going to counter terrorism, " - said the official representative of the MFA of Japan. The Japanese foreign Ministry does not comment on the possible restoration of the format of the G8. Remember, the Japanese Agency "Kyodo" has informed that "Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to continue the dialogue, hold meetings at the highest level, using such opportunities at the APEC conference in November, and on other (activities) of international organizations"