Since September 2019 Japan is going to ease a visa regime for Russian entrepreneurs and give visas for students of 465 Russian universities on purpose of expansion of contacts between young people.
“We assume that a tedious work is going to be for a new level of Russian-Japanese relationship. Success of this work itself will aid to build trust and good-neighborliness between Russian and Japanese people and create the terms for mutually acceptable solutions on the most difficult issues. It is important to point that we have managed to advance in regulation of joint economic activities on the islands. Mr. Abe and I have agreed upon the business models under two of five directions,” Putin said.
Moreover, according to the summit results, an impressive package of documents was adopted, including a contract on the participation of the Japanese in the development of the Arctic LNG-2 and the construction of Canon enterprises in Russia. In general, the number of Japanese companies operating in the Russian market has reached 270, and the trade turnover has grown by 17%.
Vladimir Putin noted that a constructive dialogue with other countries can resolve nuclear and missile problems of the peninsula to provide the security and development of Northeast Asia region.
Now Japan has a reason for concern as Donald Trump intends to revise the Security Treaty with Japan that has hardly caused a panic here. The degree of independence of Tokyo in foreign policy remains the determining factor in solving problems with all neighboring countries.
Natalia Veselnitskaya – official website