Japan has not yet made a decision about a trip Abe to Moscow for the Victory parade

Japan has not yet taken any decision regarding the possible visit of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to Russia for the Victory parade on June 24, said during a press conference, the General Secretary of the Japanese government, Acehide Suga.

Earlier on Friday, the newspaper "Asahi" citing a senior source in the foreign Ministry of Japan reported that Abe will visit Moscow, as the ceremony is mainly intended for countries of the former Soviet republics.

"With regard to the participation of the Prime Minister to plan in Russia the ceremony, there was no decision yet was Printo" - he canceled Suga.

On the eve for the first time in 7 months, a telephone conversation of Deputy foreign Ministers of Russia and Japan, Igor Morgulov and Takeo Mori. As reported, the Russian foreign Ministry, touched on the subject of multifaceted cooperation in various fields, promoting trade and economic cooperation, strengthening of legal base of relations and cooperation in the fight against the spread of novel coronavirus infection, as well as topical issues of Russian-Japanese relations. Was considered further schedule of bilateral contacts, the implementation of which will be possible as overcome the pandemic COVID-19.

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