WEB Notes: There has been a fair amount of peace buildup this year. The biggest being North Korea which is still a project in the works. Now Japan and Russia are working toward peace, a subject that has been avoided for 70 years between the two nations. Prophecy comes to pass daily. How does it all end? “The Timeline of the Tribulation“
The presidents of Japan and Russia expressed a desire to achieve a peace treaty between the two nations, more than 70 years after the end of World War II.
“Our relations with Russia hold unlimited potential,” Japan’s Shinzo Abe said, speaking at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok, Russia Wednesday.
“Over the long stretch of more than 70 years since the end of World War II, Japan and Russia have yet to conclude a peace treaty between them. Both (President Vladimir) Putin and I agreed this is an abnormal state of affairs.”
The peace deal relates to a dispute over a chain of Pacific islands since the time of World War II. Both countries have not signed a peace treaty since then.