Japans purchase of islands for U.S. military worries Russia that Russian experts will worsen Russia Japan Relations

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 Japans purchase of islands for U.S. military worries Russia that Russian experts will worsen Russia Japan Relations


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The latest trend of the United States and Japan in this direction has also attracted Russian attention. Russias news reported Thursday that Valery kistanov, an expert at the Far East Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, said Japan hoped to please the United States before renegotiating a mutual cooperation and security agreement. At present, there are tens of thousands of US troops in Japan. Their bases are located in Honshu, sanze, Yanguo, Hengtian and other places. The biggest is in Okinawa.

Russian experts said that Japans purchase of the islands for the U.S. military is not only to bow to the United States, but also to strengthen the strength of the self defense forces. At present, Japan has also purchased aegis missile defense system from the United States, which worries Moscow very much. Kistanov said that no matter what the real motivation of the Japanese government is, buying islands to let Americans train on them will worsen Russia Japan relations.

Zhang said that from Japans public statement, Japan hopes that after the military base is put into use, it will enhance the ability of the U.S. - Japan alliance to show off force in the region, deter other countries and implement military intervention in wartime, which will undoubtedly add destabilizing factors to regional peace and stability. In addition, Japan also said it would build landing exercise facilities on the island to improve the operational capabilities of its landing forces. These practices will certainly cause unease and worry for Asian neighbors who have been invaded by Japanese militarism.

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