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From June 27th to 29th, the G20 Summit was held in Osaka, Japan. The G20 Summit is an international economic cooperation forum and a mechanism for informal dialogue aimed at strengthening dialogue between emerging markets in developed and developing countries.
However, no one expected that the details of this conference caused an uproar and made the Russians very angry. In the video of the G20 Osaka Summit official website produced by the Japanese, a brief introduction was made to the city of Osaka, Japan, in which the four islands in the Kuril Islands were marked as Japanese territory.
Japan is nakedly declared the four islands as the inherent territory of Japan. How can Russia not be angry?
At the end of the Second World War, the United States and the Soviet Union reached an agreement in《雅尔塔协定》that the Kuril Islands were incorporated into the Soviet Union. Then the Soviet Union announced its war against Japan and occupied the Kuril Islands. After Japan surrendered, the Soviet Union had been stationed there.
In recent years, the desire of the Japanese to return to the Kuril Islands has become stronger. In order to warn Japan, Russia has deployed troops and missiles. The Kyodo News commented that "the construction of the Russian military base has made the four northern islands The return of the Thousand Islands will become more difficult."
The Japanese played a small trick in this G20, which made Russia angry. According to the Russian Satellite News Agency, on July 4, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zaharova made a televised speech condemning Japan’s practice of marking the South Kuril Islands as a Japanese territory. Japan itself is the chairman of the G20 summit. However, it is a contradiction to the relevant documents signed in World War II, but it abuses its functions and treats Russian territory as its own. The Russian Foreign Ministry submitted a protest note to the Japanese Embassy in Russia on the 2nd.