Most Japanese people negatively assessed the results of the talks between Putin and Abe

The results of the negotiations of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe reacted negatively to 54.3% of the Japanese respondents, the Agency Kyodo, citing data from sociological research.

This positive outcome of the negotiations of the President and the Prime Minister appreciated 38.7% of respondents.

After these talks fell by 6% and support rating of the ruling Japanese Cabinet — it amounted to 54.8%, while a month earlier it amounted to 60.7 per cent.

At the end of Putin’s visit to Japan, which took place on 15-16 December, the Abe commended the agreements and stated that Russia and Japan have limitless possibilities for the development of bilateral relations.

“President Putin came to the conclusion that with the mutual desire to have Japan and Russia has unlimited possibilities for the development of relations in all spheres”, — said Abe. According to the head of the Japanese government, the Russian leader’s visit to Japan contributed to “a new, large take-off of Japanese-Russian relations,” and the talks “was an important and big step forward towards conclusion of a peace Treaty between Japan and Russia.”