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TOKYO, September 11 (Itar-Tass) - Cooperation on cyber security will be in the focus of a visit to Japan by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu on November 1-2, the Kyodo News Agency reported on Wednesday.
An agreement to this effect was reached at the G20 summit, which took place in St Petersburg on September 5-6.
The 2+2 meeting will focus on countering terrorism and fighting piracy at sea.
Ahead of the visit the Russian-Japanese consultations will be held in Moscow on September 13. They will be devoted cooperation on cyber security. The parties will work out a concrete plan of action due to be approved at the 2+2 meeting in Tokyo.
During the visit, Lavrov and Shoigu will meet their counterparts, Fumio Kishida and Itsunori Onodera. Moscow hopes that such format will be useful for further development of contacts between both countries.