Meeting with Secretary General of the Japan National Security Council Shigeru Kitamura
Vladimir Putin received Shigeru Kitamura, Secretary General of the National Security Council of Japan, in Novo-Ogaryov.
January 16, 202017:30Moscow region, Novo-Ogaryovo
Meeting with the Secretary General of the National Security Council of Japan, Shigeru Kitamura. Secretary General of the Japan National Security Council Shigeru Kitamura. With the Secretary General of the Japan National Security Council, Shigeru Kitamura. At a meeting with the Secretary General of the National Security Council of Japan, Shigeru Kitamura.
Vladimir Putin: Dear Mr. Kitamura! Dear colleagues, friends!
I am very glad to welcome you all to Moscow.
I would like to note that relations between our states are developing steadily, and this makes us very happy.
I know that yesterday you held quite extensive negotiations with your Russian counterpart, Mr. Patrushev .
I ask you to convey my best wishes to Mr. Prime Minister [ Shinzo Abe] . We hope that we will be able to talk about how to build relations with Mr. Prime Minister - when and where could we continue our meetings, our consultations.
We are very glad to see you. Welcome!
S. Kitamura (as translated) : Dear Mr. President, Mr. Putin!
Thank you very much for taking the time today to receive me, in spite of your special work in connection with the reformation of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation, as well as in connection with the Address to the Federal Assembly.
Until yesterday, I accompanied the Prime Minister of Japan, Mr. Abe, during his tour, and Mr. Abe instructed me to convey the greatest greetings to you.
As you, Mr. President, have rightly noted right now, and I am very pleased to note that now, on the basis of your personal trusting relations with Prime Minister Abe, Japanese-Russian relations are developing spasmodically.
Japan and Russia, both of our countries, are states that are responsible for ensuring security in East Asia. I want to develop our strategic cooperation, and I want our countries to become states and partners that can trust each other.
Mr. Patrushev and I spent a very constructive day, as we [Secretary of the [Russian Security Council] Patrushev and I were able to frankly exchange views on the whole range of security issues related to our bilateral relations.
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