Tokyo believes it is important to deepen the dialogue with Moscow on the background of negotiations on the DPRK

© RIA Novosti / Ramil to Setdiscoverable in fotobounce of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov and foreign Minister of Japan, Taro Kono during a meeting. 31 July 2018Tokyo believes it is important to deepen the dialogue with Moscow on the background of negotiations on the DPRK© RIA Novosti / Ramil to Setdiscoverable the image Bank

Japan considers it important to deepen mutual understanding with Russia on the background of the start of negotiations on the denuclearization of North Korea, the resumption of dialogue between Russia and the United States, said the head of the Japanese foreign Minister Taro Kono.

«The international situation is changing very rapidly. Hosted the U.S.-North Korea summit, has started the process for the denuclearization of North Korea, also in Helsinki hosted the Russian-American summit. We welcome the resumption of dialogue between Russia and the United States. In such circumstances, it is important that Russia and Japan, neighboring countries have historically deep relations, trying to understand each other and deepened mutual understanding in the sphere of security,» said Kono in the start of negotiations in a format «2+2».

The first ever summit of U.S. and North Korea, which met the President of the United States Donald trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN, took place on June 12. Meeting of heads of state took place in the hotel, the Capella, on Sentosa island, which separates Singapore from the one bridge. The results trump said that he had signed a «detailed» document with the DPRK, and stressed that the process of denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula will begin «very quickly». Kim Jong-UN, in turn, called the signing of the final document of the summit with trump in Singapore «new beginning» in relations between the two countries and promised «great changes» in the future. Also, according to the document, the United States pledged to provide security guarantees to the DPRK, while Pyongyang reiterated firm commitment to the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.

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