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According to Japan's Kyodo News reported that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's special envoy, former Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori 21 pm local time at the Kremlin with Russian President Vladimir Cheap Jordan Air Max Jordan 13 Air Max Fusion www.jordan13airmaxfusion.com Putin held talks. Putin said the Japan-Russia relations, the two countries have not yet signed a peace treaty, this state is not normal, and expressed a willingness to solve the Russo-Japanese territorial dispute.
Reported that the 1956 Japan-Soviet Joint Declaration stipulates that the two sides signed a peace treaty after the four northern islands (Russia disputed territory, Russia said the South Kuril Islands) Habomai and Shikotan will be returned to Japan. March 2001, the Russo-Japanese "the Irkutsk statement" confirmed the validity ofCheap Nike Free Cheap Nike Free Run 2 www.cheapesnikefreerun.com the Declaration. Mori and Putin talks on the Irkutsk statement "the importance of obtaining a consistent. Putin had said in March last year to "draw" to resolve the territorial issue. He explain to Yoshiro Mori, the so-called "draw" is not the outcome of the solution, a solution acceptable to both sides.
Yoshiro Mori said, the final settlement of the territorial issue between Japan and Russia Summit's decision. He also referred to Putin a personal letter of Abe.