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Japanese journalist detained in Primorye for attempted espionage

Japanese journalist detained in Primorye for attempted espionage
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A citizen of Japan, who was trying to get secret information about the military potential of Russia in the Far East, was detained in Vladivostok. He had already left the country and returned to his homeland.

As the RIA News, the violator who arrived on a journalistic visa was detained on December 25 last year. He was officially warned and given three days to leave Russia. The next day he went to Japan.

The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs protested and handed the note to Japanese diplomats, while the embassy adviser in Moscow was summoned to the Foreign Ministry for an explanation.

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