Soviet Union sought to end island row in 1972 amid Japan-China thaw: declassified documents – South China Morning Post

Soviet Union sought to end island row in 1972 amid Japan-China thaw: declassified documents – South China Morning Post
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The Soviet Union in 1972 sought to settle a territorial dispute with Japan by handing over two of four disputed islands off Hokkaido, in response to improving China-Japan ties, declassified documents obtained by Kyodo News showed on Sunday.It is the first time it has come to light that the Soviet Union’s wariness about the normalisation of diplomatic ties between China and Japan prompted Moscow to seek resolution of the territorial dispute with Tokyo and thus the conclusion of a post-war peace…Read More

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