I think that the meeting between President Putin and Prime Minister Abe has a significant meaning. This is the only commendable achievement the Abe administration has made. Realization of this meeting proves that Japan has switch over the foreign policy. As seen in the article, President Putin and Prime Minister Abe had one-on-one talk. The problem is what President Putin told him in the meeting.
The meeting seemed to last over three hours. I can imagine they had an in-depth conversation. As expected, Prime Minister Abe had originally a great fear of President Putin. Probably he got the point of absolute fear after the one-on-one talk. Examining the out-of-the-body chakras, you can immediately understand it.
If so, the problem is what President Putin conveyed to Prime Minister Abe. Reading the third article, they had a harmonious talk and it is unlikely that President Putin intimidated Prime Minister Abe. So what is he afraid of?
Last night I realized something and I felt I’ve finally found the truth. Since I haven’t made a detailed analysis of it, I’d like to refrain from commenting about my prediction. I’m going to take this topic again when I am convinced that my prediction is almost certain.
May 7, 2016
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English translation of the Japanese version of Sputnik – May 6, 2016 –
Meeting between President Putin and Prime Minister Abe to be Held Behind Closed Doors
On 6, Japan’s Prime Minister Abe will visit Russia to have a meeting with President Putin, Kremlin spokesman Dimitry Peskov stated.
The two leaders will have a talk in small numbers at first and then have one-on-one discussion. They will have a working lunch as members of delegation. According to him, there will be no joint statement or joint press conference.
The topic will be on international issues of Syria, Ukraine and bilateral economic cooperation.
“We expect the meeting will give momentum to develop integrated relationships on not only politics but trade and economy,” said Mr. Peskov. He said that the issue of peace treaty between Russia and Japan will also be discussed.
English translation of an excerpt from the Japanese version of Sputnik – May 7, 2016 –
Meeting between Putin and Abe is still in progress after more than two hours has already passed
More than two hours has passed since the meeting between President Putin and Prime Minister Abe in Sochi started.
President Putin released some part of the meeting and said that Prime Minister Abe’s visit would open up a possibility to cope with the issues of mutual interest. In response to this, Prime Minister Abe expressed his intention to exchange opinions on peace treaty, economy and actual international issues.
English translation of an excerpt from the Japanese version of Sputnik – May 6, 2016 –
In Russo-Japan summit meeting, President Putin says “Japan is an important partner.”
At a meeting in Sochi President Putin said that Japan is an important partner for Russia and the two countries have issues in the political and economic fields that demand certain attention.
“Japan is not just a neighbor, but a partner, even more so an important partner for us in the Asia-Pacific Region. In regard to the well-known events in both the political and trade and economic fields, we do have issued that demand certain attention. Perhaps in the force of this situation, we need to pay particular attention to building our relations and maintaining them on a high level,” President Putin said.
Talk between Russia and Japan interrupteddue to pressure from U.S. is coming back, Russian Foreign Ministry says.
President Putin pointed out: “Dear Prime Minister, let’s interpret your visit as the very possibility to tackle with the issues we are mutually interested in.”
In response to this, Prime Minister told as follows:
“Since the summit meeting in September last year, our bilateral relationship has been actively moving ahead.”
“Today, I’d like to exchange candid views with Vladimir on bilateral issues including agreement of peace treaty, and actual international issues facing us and the whole world.”
Prime Minister Abe called President Putin by his given name, which is used among people on friendly terms.
“Since the summit meeting, our bilateral relationship has been actively moving ahead. We have talked not only in UN general meeting and G20 meeting but we had a good dialogue with telephone. I highly evaluate such contacts,” Prime Minister Abe said.
Remembering beautiful landscape of Sochi, I have been eagerly waiting for the opportunity to see Vladimir since last November. I’ m really happy to see you,” Prime Minister added.
Next step: peace treaty negotiations in June. PM Abe will meet w/ Pres Putin at #Vladivostok in September.— Kenko SONE (@KenkoSone) 2016年5月6日