04-29-2008 14:34

Japanese Primer Minister Yasuo Fukuda was in Moscow to seek energy cooperation and to reduce Japan's excessive dependence on the volatile Middle East for oil import.

He arrived in Moscow last Friday for a two-day unofficial visit before President Putin leaves office in early May. Mr. Fukuda also met with Putin's successor Mr. Dmitry Medvedev and addressed issues such as the territorial disputes over the South Kuril Islands and the climate change.


Gao Zhikai, Director, China National Association of International Studies

Bob Podesta, Visiting American Scholar

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Editor:Du Xiaodan