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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Japanese Prime Minister invited Putin to compete with President of Mongolia

The Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe has expressed a desire to hold competitions on judo in which took part the presidents of Russia and Mongolia Vladimir Putin and Khaltmagiin Battulga. As noted the Japanese Prime Minister, both policies are present at those words at the plenary session of the Eastern economic forum, are black belts in judo.

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Vladimir Putin suggested to go to the Mat for a meeting with Mongolian counterpart. This tournament on judo with participation of the leaders of the two countries proposed to hold the home martial arts Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

About your idea, Abe told the guests of the Eastern economic forum, participation in which was attended by the heads of Russia and Mongolia, who are masters of this martial art.

“Ladies and gentlemen, as you all know, President Putin has a black belt in judo, and in fact, I want to say that President Battulga also has a black belt,” said Shinzo Abe at the plenary session of the forum.

According to him, it would be interesting to observe the speeches of the two presidents, which the leaders could come to Japan and participate in an exhibition tournament. Think about it Prime Minister of Japan instructed the Olympic judo champion Yasuhiro Yamashita a, also present in the room. Abe suggested titlewasnow wrestler to prepare the invitation on the level of sports federations.

“Mr. Yamashita, I have a proposition for you, which I cannot do. What if you can’t invite a line of Japanese Federation of judo black belts that we have just said, the two presidents, in Japan? And then you could have a show match with the presidents. What do you think? It would be interesting, isn’t it?”, – Abe said.

Himself Prime Minister of Japan will observe the presidential fights from the outside, as it is not a master of judo and is afraid to get injured.

“I have no black belt and I don’t want to get injured. So I’ll watch quietly from the side for these great matches”, – said the Chairman of the Japanese government. The WEF broadcast of the meeting led channel “Rossiya24”.

Earlier offer Vladimir Putin to get out on the Mat to participate in the fight has arrived from the American continent. In July, a journalist from the United States Benjamin Witts, which is a blog editor for national security Lawfare, had doubts about the athletic skills of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The video, which Putin shows martial arts, he called bullshit and called the Russian leader to a duel.


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