Sevastopol authorities suggested that former Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama, who visited the Crimea, to assess the situation in the region, to live on the Peninsula. Politician promised to think seriously about it, if on the homeland he will have difficulty in consequence of a diplomatic mission.
Former Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama arrived in the Crimea, where he was able to personally verify the legitimacy of the last referendum on joining the Peninsula in Russia. This diplomatic visit is not sought assistance from the government of the Country of the rising sun, which found that the shape of this magnitude can not make travel targeted by sanctions region.
Some fear that in consequence of the friendly words and unbiased assessment of the situation in the Crimea in the home of the Hatoyama can be difficult. In this regard, Sevastopol authorities asked him to stay on the Peninsula, if formed such a need.
"I am extremely grateful to the Crimean authorities, such as Mr. Belevantsev (Plenipotentiary of RF President in the Crimean Federal district. - Approx. as amended) for the offer to remain on the Peninsula. If I have formed difficulties on the homeland or passport, I will certainly consider the proposal of the citizen Belevantsev" - quoted by RIA Novosti former head of the Japanese government.
He besides acts for an end to the sanctions policy of the Russian Federation and the development of mutually beneficial cooperation between States. "I am of the opinion that Japan it's time to Wake up, to realize the reality. Let other powers continue the policy of sanctions against Russia, but Japan needs without the help of others to turn away from this policy," said Hatoyama met with management of the region.
Politician has been able to independently verify the legitimacy of the past in the Crimea referendum, also in unanimous support of the public chosen path. "As a democratic country, I think, Japan is committed to positively perceive the democratically done referendum, which last year was held in Crimea", - said the former Prime Minister.
He remorse noted that in consequence of the very one-sided feeding events through the media, the vast majority of Japanese are not aware of the present situation in the Crimea and don't know what work has been done in the region for the year after the reunification with the Russian Federation. To help the Peninsula technology in the field of energy saving and water is Japan, but the development of these relationships prevent punishment.
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