Source Pravda.Ru

Japanese Government Official Arrives In Russia For Negotiations

Yoshiro Mori, the official representative of the Japanese Prime Minister, will arrive in Moscow today, the press service of Mori reported. Tomorrow he is expected to meet with President Vladimir Putin who will complete his official visit to Poland and return to Russia. They are expected to discuss outlooks for the development of Russian-Japanese relations and a wide range of international problems. In addition, Yoshiro Mori will hold several meetings with other Russian officials. As reported, this is the second visit of the Japanese government representative to Russia this week. On January 14 he visited Moscow on his way to Uzbekistan. On that day Yoshiro Mori visited the Cathedral of the Savior and had a meeting with Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Alexii II.

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