Japan wants to discuss peace treaty with Putin says Japan’s Abe

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According to a recent report, earlier on Monday, Shinzo Abe, Japanese Prime Minister said that he wants to have talked with Vladimir Putin, the Russian President concerning a peace treaty between the two countries that Japan and Russia. However, Abe in his opening remarks said this just before the main meeting with Putin begun on Monday which was held in Vladivostok. Vladimir Putin, Russian President during their visit to the Mazda Sollers Manufacturing Rus joint venture plant of Sollers and the Japanese Mazda in Vladivostok shook hands with the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Russia earlier on September 10, 2018.

Shinzo Abe, the Japanese Prime Minister was concerned with peace between Japan and Russia. In his statement during the meeting with Putin, he said that peace is on of the key bad more so the main factors that lead to economic prosperity and more so countries development. In their meeting during the visit in Vladivostok, Japan Prime Minister talked to his counterpart leader on matters on security and more so working together in ensuring defense empowerment between the two countries.

According to reports, Japan and Russia have been rebels for decades now and this was seen taking a new turn after Japanese Prime Minister said he wants a sitting with the Russian leader concerning with peace treaty. However, according to Shinzo Abe, Japanese Prime Minister, he not only wants to talk about peace treaty but also on matters concerning development and business partnership. Putin, on the other hand, accepted the offer and told the Japanese Prime Minister that they will meet and speak more about this peace treaty which will be held in Vladivostok. Putin also wants peace between this two countries in order for them to expand their military engagement and extend their allies. This is a strategy which most powerful countries have been using for decades. Once the meeting commences we will inform you on the outcomes and the steps taken by both countries in ensuring peace.