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After 70 Years Japan Wants to Sign a Peace Treaty With Russia

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The Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe has said that Japan would like to sign a peace treaty with Russia.

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Both countries have a hostile relationship after the end of World War II. 70 years after the worldwar II, there is still conflict amid a territorial dispute over four Japanese islands. PM, Abe said that he and Russian President Putin agreed that the lack of a formal treaty was abnormal and called for a summit. He also stressed that, territories disputes cannot be resolved without exchanges between the leaders.

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Image via telegraph.co.uk

“It is also important that we gain Russia’s constructive engagement to deal with issues of terrorism, Syria and Iran,” Mr Abe also added.