Russian President Vladimir Putin will not be able to visit Nagasaki during the December visit to Japan. This was stated on Thursday, 3 November, the Chairman of the Federation Council Valentina Matviyenko, reports TASS.
"Since the program of the visit is very tight, this time he can't, but he said that at the first opportunity that he gets, he will visit this city," the MP said after a visit to memorial hall in memory of the victims of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki.
During a visit to the memorial she also stated that no apology will never make up the United States for the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagaski.
"Need every day to go to Church and pray to atone for Nagasaki before Hiroshima, before the whole world for this horrible tragedy, for this heinous crime," — said the speaker of the Federation Council.
The Russian delegation arrived to Japan to discuss the issue of the abolition of anti-Russian sanctions. Japan does not deny the possibility of lifting restrictions. Representatives Of The Council Of Federation agreed to connect with Japanese colleagues, the permanent forum for bilateral dialogue.
2 September on the sidelines of the Eastern economic forum was held in Vladivostok meeting of the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Russian President. At its end, Abe announced that Putin's visit to Japan will take place at the end of the year, and their meeting will be held December 15 in the city of Nagato. At the same time Putin was invited to Nagasaki.
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