The sharpness of the fall in Russia's relations with the West caused by the events in Ukraine are beginning to fall, said the head of the state Duma on international Affairs Alexei Pushkov at the meeting with the delegation of the deputies of the lower house of the Japanese Parliament in the capital of Russia.
"Our contacts with the Japanese Parliament are of regular nature, and this is encouraging, the most in the time a certain political fall, which is observed in our relations with some countries," Pushkov said.
"It seems to us that the intensity of this drop starts to decrease, because we are facing challenges that were not there 2-3 years ago ", - noted the head of the Department, pointing to the situation in the middle East. According to him, the problem of terrorism in the region is a global threat to the security of all key global players, among them Japan.
"in the end, the situation around Ukraine is a regional crisis and has not the slightest relation either to the security of Europe, nor to US security or to the security of Japan. In a reversal from the fall of the Ukrainian, the middle East is of global character ", - noticed Pushkov.
in the process of meeting with the elected representatives of the Japanese Parliament head of the state Duma of the Russian Federation explained to them the position of Russia on the situation in the Syrian Arab Republic and told about the aims of VKS RF operation against terrorists.