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TOKYO, September 22. /TASS/. Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolay Patrushev has arrived in Tokyo on an official visit, the council’s press service said on Tuesday.
Nikolay Patrushev who will stay in Japan until September 24 is scheduled to hold a number of meetings with representatives of Japan’s National Security Council, the press service said.
Patrushev’s previous visit to Japan took place in October 2012 when the sides signed a memorandum on the development of bilateral relations in the security sphere.