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Moscow rules out the participation of a third party in the Russian-Japanese strained peace talks
Moscow rules out the participation of a third party in the Russian-Japanese strained peace talks, the Russian Foreign Ministry's Information and Press Department commented on US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's allegation on the matter. "We should like to point out that the problem of a peace treaty with Japan, including the aspect of delimitation, is the matter of Russian-Japanese bilateral relations, which admits no participation of a third force," the comment says. "We do not know exactly what Donald Rumsfeld said on the issue," the Department of Information and Press of the Russian Foreign Ministry reported. The Japanese Kyodo Tsushin agency reported Tuesday that during his meeting with Japan's Minister of Environment Yuriko Koike US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld alleged that he understood Japan's stance on the problem of four disputed islands well enough. When a possibility arises, the U.S. will promote the Kuril settlement at Russian-American talks, the head of Pentagon said.
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