Russia: US Military Presence in Japan Hinders Moscow and Tokyo Peace

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Russia: US Military Presence in Japan Hinders Moscow and Tokyo Peace

Russia claims that the US military presence in Japan is an obstacle to peace between Moscow and Tokyo.

The Kremlin says that the US military presence in Japan has always been a hindrance to achieving a peace treaty between Moscow and Tokyo.

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is scheduled to meet with US President Joe Biden in Washington this week, marking the first official visit of a Japanese leader to the US in the past 9 years.

The two sides are expected to enhance close security and economic relations in this meeting, and it is predicted that they will discuss cooperation in defense equipment and potential enhancement of the US military command structure in Japan.

Dmitry Peskov, the Kremlin spokesperson, said on Tuesday in response to this visit to reporters that the existing Duofacto defense coalition is in place, and we are aware of the US military potential in Japan, which happens to be stationed near our borders.


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