In the final stage, Japan was kicked out of the Russian airport for construction.

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 In the final stage, Japan was kicked out of the Russian airport for construction.


Accidental rejection Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Japan in December 2016 and Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo proposed eight major economic cooperation projects. Among them, the reconstruction project of the Russian Far East city Khabarovsk International Airport is a key project. According to the original plan, the Japanese and Russian agreed to participate in the construction and operation of the new terminal of the new airport, respectively, with a proportion of 49% and 51% respectively. Japan participates in enterprises including Sojitz Corporation, Japan airport building company and an overseas infrastructure investment enterprise. In December 2016, Japan signed a memorandum of understanding with the Airport Inc of Khabarovsk and reached an agreement on the construction of the new terminal in April 2017. According to Japanese media, these enterprises are supported by the Ministry of land and transportation of Japan, and it is believed that participation in the project is almost a nail in the face thing. Obvious differences However, in February, the Russian side rejected the cooperation plan proposed by the Japanese side and decided to invest 3 billion 900 million rubles (about 390 million yuan) from a Russian bank for the construction of the new airport terminal. In March this year, a number of enterprises in Turkey jointly obtained the order and started construction. Sources said that the Japanese side refused to highlight the differences between Japan and Russia. The Russians give priority to the construction period, while the Japanese side carefully consider whether they can make a profit and eventually lose the order. Japan and Russia have so far failed to conclude Peace Treaties, and the northern four islands territorial dispute is the main reason. The four northern islands refer to the island of the state, the island of sedan, the island of elk and the island of tooth dance. Japan is also known as the Northern Territory, and Russia is known as the South Kuril archipelago. These disputed islands are located in the north of Hokkaido and south of Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia, south of the Thousand Island Islands, which have been controlled by the Soviet Union and Russia successively since the end of the Second World War. Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shin San decided to visit Russia late this month in order to make progress in common economic activities between Japan and Russia in disputed territory. The Japanese government hopes to take this opportunity to promote the settlement of territorial issues. Source: Xinhua editor: Zhu Xiaodong _NBJS6126 Sources said that the Japanese side refused to highlight the differences between Japan and Russia. The Russians give priority to the construction period, while the Japanese side carefully consider whether they can make a profit and eventually lose the order. Japan and Russia have so far failed to conclude Peace Treaties, and the northern four islands territorial dispute is the main reason. The four northern islands refer to the island of the state, the island of sedan, the island of elk and the island of tooth dance. Japan is also known as the Northern Territory, and Russia is known as the South Kuril archipelago. These disputed islands are located in the north of Hokkaido and south of Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia, south of the Thousand Island Islands, which have been controlled by the Soviet Union and Russia successively since the end of the Second World War. Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shin San decided to visit Russia late this month in order to make progress in common economic activities between Japan and Russia in disputed territory. The Japanese government hopes to take this opportunity to promote the settlement of territorial issues.