Prime Minister of Japan agree on with Obama, the timing of Putin's visit to Tokyo
Ksenia Naka. The Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe at the meeting with the President of the United States of America Barack Obama in Manila said to be settled and agree the terms of the visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin in Tokyo "in close cooperation with Obama," he told the Agency.
Japanese Prime Minister explained to the President of the United States contents held in Antalya meeting with Putin, noting that " the implementation (of the visit) will take place at the most appropriate Time, taking into account the wealth training ". The U.S. administration had previously expressed the view that an intensification of contacts between the Russian capital and Tokyo is not desirable.
The visit of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin to Tokyo was scheduled for the fall of 2014, but was not held because of the international complications of the situation in connection with crisis in Ukraine. The dates of the visit have been postponed to 2015, however the real date so have not been named. The meeting of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Abe have held the G20 conference in Antalya, Turkey. As told the press Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov, the talks touched upon the peace Treaty and Putin's visit to Tokyo. Peskov added that, " maybe this will be a Premier of Japan in one of the Russian regions ". At the same time press Secretary of the Prime Minister of Japan Yasuhisa Kawamura on Thursday could not assure these data.
The meeting between Obama and Abe took place in Manila on the sidelines of the APEC summit, which was held in the Philippines from 17 to 19 November.