The Russian president has suggested to sign the peace treaty until the end of the year without preliminary conditions. It is not the only sensation of a forum of Shinzo Abe. Photo: Donat of Sorokin/TASS the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, commenting on a speech of the prime minister of Japan Shinzo Abe, I have suggested to sign the peace treaty until the end of the year without any preliminary conditions. In more detail the editor-in-chief of Business FM Ilya Kopelevich:ilya Kopelevich the editor-in-chief of Business FM "The most interesting part of a plenary session has told about it there was an exchange, I would tell, very soft and very polite, but nevertheless blows between the prime minister of Japan Shinzo Abe and the Russian president. Shinzo Abe is the magnificent speaker. Every time the hall which, of course, hasn't slept in the conditions of the Far East time wakes up and listens carefully very much. The speech is poetical, based on human examples. He uses a phrase "Let's dream" as Martin Luther King once — "I have a dream". What could become the region if between Russia and Japan the peace treaty would be signed. Even video what concrete human fruits are borne by already begun cooperation between Russia and Japan have been prepared. Patients of the medical centers, residents of houses which have been constructed on the Japanese technologies here have been shown. The camera at some point snatched out Vladimir Putin's face, he listened carefully very much. I won't interpret expression of his face in any way. Eventually, after display of these opportunities again Shinzo Abe has started talking about signing of the peace treaty, and it means — about the solution of a question of four or two Southern Kuril islands. He has finished with a phrase that we should just learn to change approaches and who if not we and when if not we". The answer Putin was such: Vladimir Putin the President of the Russian Federation "I would like to make a start from what has now told Shinzo. He has suggested to change approaches. You won't believe, honestly I will tell you, it is such simple thought, but it has come to my mind right now, here. 70 years we try to come to the solution of controversial issues. Shinzo has told: "Let's change approaches". Give. And so what idea has come to my mind. Let's sign the peace treaty, not now, but until the end of the year — without any preliminary conditions. Here I didn't even ask to support audience me by an applause, I thank you for this support. And then on the basis of this peace treaty as friends, we will continue to resolve all controversial issues. And, certainly, it seems to me that it would facilitate to us the solution of all problems with which we can't cope for 70 years". Ilya Kopelevich continues: "Now interpretation. Whether could do without this phrase when, in general, appeals of the Japanese prime minister have been picked up and developed directly against him? Can be. Nevertheless there was what happened. It seems to me that to the prime minister Shinzo Abe to react to this turn which Vladimir Putin has brought will be not so simply". Putin's performance concerning business by Skripalya became one more sensation of a forum. The president has told about P
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