Site is under construction
Ambassador of Ukraine to Japan Dr.Ihor Kharchenko met with Professor Kenichi ITO, President of the Japan Forum on International Relations
26 August 2014 06:00

On July 1, 2014, Prof. ITO contributed the article entitled “The Ukrainian Issue and Japan’s Diplomacy” to JFIR Commentary, and on August 5, 72 members of the Policy Council of the Japan Forum on International Relations, a think tank (experts and former policymakers) urged the government of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to "stand firm" in disapproval of Russia's annexation of Crimea because the action has undermined the post-World War II international relations principle of prohibiting changes to the status quo by force.

Against Russia, the members urged the government to employ tough measures in collaboration with other Group of Seven members despite concern that doing so would negatively affect negotiations for the return of four Russia-held, Japan-claimed islands off Hokkaido.

The Ukrainian Issue and Japan’s Diplomacy http://www.jfir.or.jp/e/commentary/140701.pdf

The Policy recommendations http://www.jfir.or.jp/e/pr/pdf/37.pdf .

 

During the meeting, the Ambassador thanked the policymakers for clear, firm position, which coincides with the position of progressive humanity, discussed the current situation in Ukraine, the apparent inability of the UN Security Council, and agreed that the current security challenges are common, particularly at the present time.

The sides agreed that NATO and the US-Japan alliance should play a key role in the Global security policy, and Japan, as a country of world pacifism, should and must provide a significant contribution to the security and world order.

***

The Japan Forum on International Relations (JFIR) is a private, non-profit, independent, and non-partisan organization, which was established for the purpose of encouraging its members and the public at large to study, discuss, exchange and propose ideas on foreign policies and international affairs, thereby enlightening the public in and out of Japan. JFIR was founded on March 12, 1987 in Tokyo and was reincorporated on April 1, 2011 as a “public interest foundation” with the authorization granted by the Prime Minister of Japan in recognition of its achievements.

Outdated Browser
Для комфортної роботи в Мережі потрібен сучасний браузер. Тут можна знайти останні версії.
Outdated Browser
Цей сайт призначений для комп'ютерів, але
ви можете вільно користуватися ним.
67.15%
людей використовує
цей браузер
Google Chrome
Доступно для
  • Windows
  • Mac OS
  • Linux
9.6%
людей використовує
цей браузер
Mozilla Firefox
Доступно для
  • Windows
  • Mac OS
  • Linux
4.5%
людей використовує
цей браузер
Microsoft Edge
Доступно для
  • Windows
  • Mac OS
3.15%
людей використовує
цей браузер
Доступно для
  • Windows
  • Mac OS
  • Linux