MOSCOW – Dmitry Rogozin, chairman of the Russian parliament’s foreign affairs committee, urged Japan on Friday to accept a “compromise” in its territorial dispute with Russia and suggested the two countries split the possession of two main islands out of the four disputed islands off Hokkaido.
The Russian government has already indicated that it is ready to return the two smaller of the four islands, but Tokyo insists it wants all four back.
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