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Former Prime Minister of Japan is going to visit the Crimea, and was criticized by the authorities of his country


Hatoyama's opening in may of the next Festival of Russian culture in Japan must speak with the President of the Japanese side. In this regard, it soon will first head to Moscow, and then to visit the Peninsula of Crimea. Speaking at the closing ceremony of the last Festival of Russian culture in December 2014, Hatoyama called the erroneous accession to the anti-sanctions Japan: "I have discussed the matter with the head of the Russian State Duma Sergey Naryshkin. He told me that he was disappointed with the imposition of sanctions, and called the move a mistake. I think he said it right". The government of Japan deplores the plans of former Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama's visit to the Crimea. On Friday told a press conference in Tokyo, the Secretary-General of the Cabinet of Ministers of Japan, Yoshihide Suga. "This is regrettable. We strongly demand (that Hatoyama) to cancel the trip, said Suga. - With the light of the fact that he held the post of Prime Minister, the negative effect can be quite large". Previously condemning expected Hatoyama's visit to the Crimea was also made by the head of the Japanese foreign Minister Fumio Kishida, who stressed that such actions differ from the official position of the Japanese government. "Japan has never recognized the unilateral annexation of Crimea to Russia," Kishida said. Recall that in September, Japan has imposed restrictions on transactions with securities of Sberbank, Vnesheconombank, Vneshtorgbank, Gazprombank and Russian agricultural Bank. In addition, Tokyo has restricted exports to Russia of weapons and related technologies. This limitation will be supported with additional inspections. What the Russian foreign Ministry replied that he did not see the logic in the statement of Japan. "The decision of the Japanese government looks illogical in relation to the achievement of 5 and 19 September Contact group in Minsk specific arrangements to ensure ceasefire on the South-East of Ukraine. Consider this unfriendly move as further evidence of the failure of Japan to build its own foreign policy", - reported earlier, the Russian foreign Ministry. The Russian foreign Ministry stressed that unilateral sanctions are illegitimate, never reach their goal, but can only increase tensions in international relations