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Japanese Minister of Economy Hagiuda said that the country does not intend to withdraw from Sakhalin-2

Hagiuda stressed that Russia can own the territories, but the leasehold rights and equipment for liquefaction and transportation belong to the Japanese government and Japanese companies. In this regard, Japan does not intend to withdraw from the Sakhalin-2 project, even if it is strongly asked to do so.

The Minister of Economy of Japan emphasized that the Sakhalin-2 project is an asset that the Japanese have worked hard to create in the past.

Japanese Minister of Economy Hagiuda said that the country does not intend to withdraw from Sakhalin-2

Russian.rt.com

Earlier, Koichi Hagiuda stated that Japan would not withdraw from the Sakhalin-2 project, fearing that the place would be taken by another state.

SM-News news agency previously reported on the contents of the sixth package of anti-Russian sanctions.

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