Eastern economic forum and the upcoming in the framework of the meeting of Vladimir Putin and Shinzo Abe - the chief topic of discussion in Japan. In the local media talking about new approaches in the relations of the 2 countries.
Forthcoming in Vladivostok the meeting of Vladimir Putin and Shinzo Abe today - one of the top Japanese Newspapers. Newspapers write about the Russian-Japanese summit as an important foreign policy event must result in serious agreements, especially in the economy. It is noted that before the summit the Prime Minister has appointed responsible for the development of economic cooperation with Russia, Minister of economy and industry Hiroshige Seko. As writes "Mainichi" is an exceptional case, where the Minister is responsible for the development of contacts with a separate country. That is, Economics in Vladivostok, the Japanese will focus on. We are talking about the concretization of a plan for economic cooperation of 8 points, which Abe told Putin about the Sochi summit 4 months ago. In the cover article in "Nikon Keizai" they say that Japan is preparing a series of large-scale projects for joint participation in exploration and exploitation of resources, the development of atomic energy at the level of the construction of the reactors and the investment project in the oil industry.
The Ministry of economy and industry, developed a plan of buying 10% stake in Rosneft worth up to 1 trillion yen through a Corporation of oil, gas and metallurgy writes "Nikkei". Meeting in Vladivostok, - preparatory to the planned December visit to Japan Vladimir Putin. The Newspapers call it the "new approach" of the Japanese government against Russia, linking it with the negotiations on the territorial issue and the issue of signing a peace Treaty. If earlier the emphasis was on diplomacy, but now is the economy. Yielding to pressure from the US 2 years ago, Japan joined the anti-Russian sanctions. That decision went against the interests of Japan, especially evident now, when Tokyo is trying to carry out against Moscow's independent policies.
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