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Concluding a peace treaty with Japan would involve Moscow examining how it could be affected by Tokyo’s security commitments to its allies, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday.

Russia and Japan never formally ended their hostilities after World War II because of a dispute over a chain of islands in the Pacific.

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