Negotiations between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe are scheduled to take place in Moscow on January 22. The two leaders will discuss matters relating to the signing of a peace treaty between Russia and Japan, the Kremlin’s press service reported.
“The plan is to discuss the state and development prospects of a bilateral collaboration in the political, commercial, economic and humanitarian areas. As a follow-up to the agreements achieved during previous meetings in Singapore and Buenos Aires, they are expected to consider matters relating to the conclusion of a peace treaty between the two countries. There is also the intention to exchange opinions on several current problems on the international and regional agenda,” the Kremlin’s press release states.