Russia calls on Japanese ambassador to protest Abe’s distortion
On the 9th, the Russian Foreign Ministry summoned the Japanese ambassador to Russia last month to protest against Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s recent improper statement on Russia-Japan disputed territories and the conclusion of a peace treaty between Russia and Japan. The distortion has gradually become the essence of consensus on accelerating the negotiations.
Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Igor Morgulov said that Russia has noted that the Japanese leader will explain to the original islanders of the disputed territories that the ownership of these (disputed) islands will be transformed into Japan and that the Japanese government will initiallyIdentify reports of joint abandonment of budgets related to disputed territories.
Morgulov 北京桑拿洗浴保健 reminded the Japanese ambassador to Russia that such a Japanese statement seriously distorted the curve to point to the essence of consensus on accelerating the negotiation of a peace treaty, and let the content of the negotiations mislead the public opinion.
Russia believes that Japan has deliberately created a tense atmosphere for the negotiation of a peace treaty and will inevitably sell the Japanese plan to Russia.
Abe and Russian President Vladimir Putin met in Singapore last November and agreed to accelerate the process of the Japan-Russia peace treaty based on the “Japan-Soviet Common Declaration” issued by Japan and the Soviet Union in 1956.
The declaration mentioned that after the long-term peace treaty, the Soviet Union handed over to the Japanese side the smaller islands of Sertan and Dancing Islands among the disputed islands.
However, Russia reminded Japan that discussing territorial disputes on the basis of the “Japan-Soviet Common Declaration” does not mean that Russia will automatically hand over the disputed islands.
Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono and Abe will visit Russia in mid- and late-January, respectively.
Kyodo News said that the Russian side protested the prediction to contain Japan and improve the wisdom of the negotiation gate.
The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterated in a statement on the 9th that in order to conclude the Russia-Japan peace treaty, Russia-Japan relations need to be substantially improved, public support exists, and Japan unconditionally recognizes the results of the Second World War, including what the Russians call the South Kuril Islands, todayRussia claims the sovereignty of the four northern islands.
(Liu Xiuling)[Xinhua News Agency Microblog]Original Title: Russia Calls on Japanese Ambassador to Protest Abe’s Distortion of Leadership Agreement