Russian President Vladimir Putin's first meeting with Director Kitamura September 13th 6:29
Russian President Putin's aide, Patrchev Security Council Secretary, visited Japan next week and found that adjustments are being made in the direction of the first meeting with the director of the National Security Bureau Shigeru Kitamura. The Russian side will again be concerned about Japan's introduction of the new interceptor missile system “Aegis Ashore” from the United States, and it is expected that the response from the Japanese side will be confirmed.
According to officials, Russia's Patrchev Security Council Secretary will visit Japan next week and will be coordinating for the first time on 17th this month with Shigeru Kitamura, Director of the National Security Bureau, which will take office on the 13th. It is.
Secretary Patruchev, one of President Putin's associates, has been discussing security issues with Director Taniuchi, the former director of Kitamura.
While the United States has indicated its intention to deploy ground-launched medium-range missiles in Asia following the revocation of the INF = Medium-range Nuclear Missile Treaty, Russia has introduced the new interceptor missile system "Aegis Ashore" from the United States. There are growing concerns about the introduction.
Russia says it is important for Japan to remove such concerns in order to advance the peace treaty negotiations between the two countries, and Secretary Patelchev will raise concerns again at a meeting with the new Director General Kitamura and confirm the response of the Japanese side It seems that.