Russian President Vladimir Putin and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will hold bilateral talks on September 10 on the eve of the Eastern Economic Forum (EEF), by presidential aide Yuri Ushakov told reporters.
“On September 10, the Russian president will start a series of bilateral meetings (on the sidelines of the EEF) by holding talks with the Japanese leader,” the presidential aide said.
According to him, before that meeting Putin and Abe will visit of the Mazda engine plant in Vladivostok.
The negotiations themselves will be held first in a small format and later will involve the delegations. The meeting will result in signing joint documents and the leaders will make statements for the media.May’s Statement on Skripal Case Unacceptable – Russian Foreign Ministry