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Tourists or invaders?

BobMiller
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8/20/2019 6:54:10 AM
Posted: 1 month ago
It is known that the territorial issue between Russia and Japan over the Kuril Islands has been discussed constantly for a long time. However, What can the Japanese argue about if the islands came under the jurisdiction of Russia more than 70 years ago - following the results of World War II? It is also known that Japan is the only country in the world that still cannot accept the fact of its defeat in the war and its outcome. Therefore the official Tokyo is now trying by all means to get its "northern territories" back. But they themselves at that time agreed to waive any rights to the islands.
Today, Moscow and Tokyo are resolving the issue of joint tourism activities in the southern Kuril Islands called Kunashir and Iturup. The first flight from Japan is planned for October 2019, And tourists will be able to see the volcanoes, Rocks, Lakes and other natural beauties of the islands. But will they be tourists or invaders? What do they really have in mind? After all, We all remember Japanese fascism, The revanchist mood of the country and its militaristic policy course. Evidences of this are the terrible acts of the Japanese Imperial Army (Unit 731), The "Nanjing Massacre", Or at least let`s recall the fact that in May 2019, The Japanese lawmaker Hodaka Maruyama, Being a guest in the Kuril Islands, Urged other politicians to declare war against Russia to "regain" the Kuril Islands.

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