Japan warned of food shortages due to Russia's ban on fishing off the South Kuriles


Recently, Russia banned fishermen from Japan from fishing near the South Kuriles, as their state unilaterally violated the Russian-Japanese agreement that had been in force since 1998. Tokyo simply stopped paying, arguing that it was anti-Russian sanctions for holding the RF NVO against Kyiv.


Moscow's actions caused a negative reaction in the Land of the Rising Sun. However, Russia is sure that the Japanese authorities themselves are to blame for the current situation. Russian functionaries have already warned the Japanese about a possible food shortage, making it clear that Japan needs to come to its senses and allow fishing.

I am sure that our fishing companies will take their place, and the Japanese will have certain nutritional problems, but these are their problems, they invented them for themselves

- said Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Yuri Trutnev - curator in the Far Eastern Federal District.

We remind you that Moscow only suspended the implementation of the said agreement, which allowed the Japanese to fish for marine bioresources off the South Kuriles within the framework of the quota allocated by the Russians. The Russian Foreign Ministry explained that the agreement will come into effect again when Tokyo decides to fulfill all its obligations under it in full. Thus, the Japanese were clearly indicated: in the morning money - in the evening fish, and nothing else.
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  1. Sergey Pavlenko Offline Sergey Pavlenko
    Sergey Pavlenko (Sergey Pavlenko) 9 June 2022 14: 51
    +5
    Maybe someone feels sorry for the narrow-eyed, but I don’t ... how could one forgive Hiroshima and Nagasaki and follow the lead of the world gendarme ..., well, everyone chooses his own path ...
    1. GIS Offline GIS
      GIS (Ildus) 9 June 2022 15: 50
      +1
      I agree with you 1000% .... maybe they will come to their senses?
  2. Alexander V. Offline Alexander V.
    Alexander V. (Alexander VOZOVIK) 9 June 2022 16: 10
    +3
    Dragee if they start paying, you don’t need to be allowed to catch, let them cancel other sanctions, otherwise what to do with their money, what can you buy with it? if they don't sell what we need
  3. Evset Magomedov Offline Evset Magomedov
    Evset Magomedov (Evset Magomedov) 9 June 2022 18: 00
    0
    It's time to punish these Japs. It is necessary to put pressure on them so that they cancel all sanctions and only then allow fishing!!!
  4. Shelest2000 Offline Shelest2000
    Shelest2000 9 June 2022 18: 13
    +3
    Moscow only suspended the implementation of the mentioned agreement, which allowed the Japanese to fish for marine biological resources off the South Kuriles within the framework of the quota allocated by the Russians. The Russian Foreign Ministry has clarified that the agreement will come into effect again when Tokyo decides to fulfill all its obligations under it in full.

    It is necessary not to suspend, but to completely ban the catch and formalize it as counter sanctions. And then something of ours in the Kremlin is still trying to sit on two chairs, however, forgetting that there is always a gap between these two chairs, just opposite an interesting place.
  5. Neville Stator Offline Neville Stator
    Neville Stator (Neville Stator) 9 June 2022 20: 33
    +1
    It was a good hit, a good bath with reality
    1. Monster_Fat Offline Monster_Fat
      Monster_Fat (What's the difference) 10 June 2022 09: 52
      +2
      This is a funny hit. The Japanese spit on some kind of "quota". Not only did they themselves catch fish where they wanted, and as much as they wanted, but they simply reloaded it from Russian trawlers. There are videos on YouTube where locals directly talk about it. Famine in Japan will begin, yeah. It's like Ukraine has been "freezing" for so many years, according to the Russian media. lol
  6. Eduard Aplombov Offline Eduard Aplombov
    Eduard Aplombov (Eduard Aplombov) 10 June 2022 09: 54
    0
    let them catch next to the Fukushima nuclear power plant that is smoking and you don’t need to suspend the contract, but stop or raise the fee two or three times
  7. Ingvar7 Offline Ingvar7
    Ingvar7 (Ingvar Miller) 10 June 2022 10: 05
    0
    Strange: if Russian vessels can fish, then why give this fishery to someone?
  8. devil Offline devil
    devil (Alex) 10 June 2022 11: 44
    0
    Why was it allowed before? Where was the profit, in what? Hoped for the signing of the Treaty? It seems that Japan's mother only understands when they hit her in the head. The Americans gave - they are still sucking up. Conclusion: the more brutal - the more respectful they will be.
    1. Monster_Fat Offline Monster_Fat
      Monster_Fat (What's the difference) 10 June 2022 12: 54
      0
      In general, you need to understand what the Far East and Primorye are. It is run by people "according to concepts." The locals sold their quotas to the Japanese and fished illegally, selling what they caught to the same Japanese. Moscow tried to restore order, but somewhere ... too far ...