The Japanese demanded the eviction of the Russians due to a Russian film about the Kuril Islands

Photo: Still from the video

release of Vladimír Kozlov's film “ Kunashir & # 39; & # 39;, which tells the story of Russian life on the island. Many traces of World War II remained in Kunashir – & nbsp; they are cannons, broken dishes, abandoned ships. The Japanese cemetery on the island is deserted. Overall, Kunashir is a bleak landscape.

The trailer for the film presents a local view of Kunashir. “There are only weapons, tanks and dumps,” he says.

Some Japanese commentators have accused former Prime Minister Shinza Abe of failing to negotiate the return of the island. Others rightly pointed out that the foreign ministry was then headed by the current head of government, Fumio Kishida.

“ Until Russia disintegrates, the islands will not return, & # 39; & # 39; “ The Russian mafia under Putin's leadership will certainly not return the islands to us, & # 39; & # 39; islanders may be relocated to other regions because they themselves have recently moved to the South Kurils, & # 39; & # 39; write subscribers. Many recalled that the USSR had seized the Kurils after violating and attacking Japan's pact of neutrality against Japan.

It is worth recalling that the current Prime Minister Kishida previously advocated the return of all four Kuril Islands in his speeches.


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