Crimea’s attorney general to head Japanese-Russian Friendship Society

The agreement creating the society was signed in Sebastopol on March 12 by Poklonskaya and former Japanese Prime Minister Yukio.

Typical 'anime-style' art drawing of Natalia Poklonskaya. Free sources

Natalia Poklonskaya, the attorney general of Crimea, has become the head of the newly created Japanese-Russian Friendship Society. The agreement creating the society was signed in Sebastopol on March 12 by Poklonskaya and former Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama.

Pokolonskaya gained popularity in Japan in March 2014 after Crimea was absorbed by Russia. She has inspired a wave of manga and anime fan art. Hatoyama, who has admitted to being a Poklonskaya fan, said at the signing, "If Poklonskaya represents the Russian side, then any person in Japan would agree to head this.”

 

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