Vietnam: Abe «ready to exchange views on Korean peninsula denuclearisation» with Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Japanese Prime Minister held bilateral talks in Da Nang, Friday, where they met on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit. During their meeting, the Russian President congratulated the Japanese Prime Minister on «the convincing win in the elections,» which Putin said will see Russian-Japanese relations «developing in a step-by... Еще-step manner.» After noting some progress in the countries' political dialogue and economic cooperation, Putin said that «there are issues which require more discussion.» On his end, Abe stressed his wish to «make further progress on our work towards the peace treaty.» Talking about the international issues on the agenda, Abe highlighted his inclination to «exchange views on our cooperation on the Korean peninsula's denuclearisation.» «We look forward to seeing you at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum,» the Russian leader told Abe. It is the 20th time Putin and Abe have held bilateral meetings. Founded in 1989, APEC is a forum of 21 economies in the Asia-Pacific region, including the United States, Russia and China.

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