Russia's deputy prime minister said on the 7th that he would like to invite South Korean investors to explain the areas where Russia is exempt from tariffs on islands including northern territories, and that Japan is imposing sanctions. It seems that the aim is to repel and shake.

Deputy Prime Minister Yury Trutnev, Russia's presidential plenipotentiary representative, will visit Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, the central city of Sakhalin Oblast, on the 7th to meet with a South Korean investor planning to build a hotel at a government-led ski resort. Did.



In this, Deputy Prime Minister Yury Trutnev explained to South Korean investors the areas where Russia is exempt from tariffs on the islands including the Northern Territories, and said, "I would like to invite you. I am interested in developing with our investors. I think you can have it, "he said, calling for investment.



Regarding areas where Russia is exempt from tariffs on islands including northern territories, Deputy Prime Minister Yury Trutnev said in December last year that he would "invite" the then Deputy Prime Minister of South Korea. It shows a willingness to attract investment from South Korea.



Russia seems to have the aim of shaking up against Japan's imposition of sanctions in step with Europe and the United States.



The Japanese side has expressed its position that these movements are incompatible with the purpose of joint economic activities that do not harm the legal positions of both Japan and Russia.

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