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SIMFEROPOL, September 11. /TASS/. The leader of the Japanese right-wing political group Issuikai, Mitsuhiro Kimura, may get a resident permission in Crimea, deputy president’s envoy in the Crimean Federal District Vladimir Bobrovsky said on Friday.
"You are visiting the peninsula for the fourth time," Bobrovsky said. "We should appeal to the Federal Migration Service to provide you with a resident permission."
Mitsuhiro Kimura expressed his interest adding that he was in favour of creating "Crimean representation in Japan," an organization uniting Crimeans living in Japan.
The delegates from Issuikai were present at 2014-September’s elections to the Crimean parliament. This year the organization intends to participate in a number of elections to the City Councils of the peninsula.
Set up in 1971 by followers of world-acclaimed Japanese writer Yukio Mishima, Issuikai is one of Japan’s biggest far-right organizations. It stands for Japan’s independent foreign policy and reforming the United Nations.