MOSCOW – Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday that the United States’ military presence in Japan was complicating the search for a formal peace treaty between Moscow and Tokyo.
Russia and Japan have been in dispute for seven decades over a group of islands captured by Soviet troops in the last days of World War II. As a result, they have still not formally ended hostilities.
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