Sands: Japan offers Russia to give her two Kuril Islands for the contract

Sands: Japan offers Russia to give her two Kuril Islands for the contract

MOSCOW, January 21. /TASS/. Japan has offered Russia to send her two of the Kuril Islands in the context of discussing a peace Treaty. This was stated to journalists the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.


“Any allegations [about the terms of the agreement] is not the conditions relating to the specifics of the application concerning the request of positions, wishes, or reasoning out loud, no more,” he said.

In response to the question of how to react to Russian President Vladimir Putin if such offer arrives, a Kremlin spokesman said: “nothing Yet no one has officially offered, so there is some eventual arguments are unlikely to be appropriate, they do not contribute to the success of the negotiations”.

Peskov reminded that the end is in addressing the question of a peace Treaty will be matched “with an absolute constant national interests of the two countries from their national interests, no one is not going to retreat”.

A Kremlin spokesman said that a solution to the issue of concluding a peace Treaty with Japan may take considerable time, however, Moscow will do everything possible to reduce this period. “But to do it short-term is simply impossible”, — he added. According to Peskov, the talks are at the initial stage, they go for the expert level, however, require the direct involvement of Putin and Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe.

The press Secretary said that on Monday Putin is preparing for the upcoming January 22 meeting with Abe, and for talks with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, which will be held on January 23.

NewsOf the Kuril Islands is not so peredelany contract

On Monday, Abe paid a visit to Moscow. Before that, the Agency Kyodo reported that he had begun to consider the question of concluding a peace Treaty with Russia upon receipt of a warranty transfer to Japan of the southern Kuril Islands: Shikotan and group of small uninhabited Islands, which in Japan is called Habomai.