MOSCOW – A close aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday called for compromise with Japan in order to settle a territorial dispute over Russian-held islands off Hokkaido, according to Muneo Suzuki of the Liberal Democratic Party.
During his first meeting with a leading figure on the Japanese side, Russian Security Council Secretary Sergei Ivanov told Suzuki that Russia and Japan should seek compromise measures acceptable to both countries.
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