When Russian Energy Minister, Alexander Novak, visited Japan, the conversation centered on deepening co-operation between two countries in the energy sector and outlining investment opportunities for Japanese companies in Russia. Many joint projects of interest lie in Russia’s Far East and around Sakhalin Island, suggesting that the two countries do not perceive the recent escalation in North Korean militarisation as a deterrent to investments in the region.
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