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Острова раздора. Курильская гряда в фото — на что претендует Япония

Кунашир. Фото  REUTERS/Scanpix Кунашир. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix

14 февраля Япония выразила претензии России в связи с ее решением дать русские названия пяти необитаемым островам Курильской гряды.

Речь идет о пяти островах, которые по распоряжению премьер-министра России Дмитрия Медведева получили названия в честь генерал-лейтенанта Деревянко К. Н., генерал-лейтенанта Гнечко А. Р., государственного деятеля, дипломата Громыко А. А., государственного деятеля, губернатора Фархутдинова И. П. и капитана дальнего плавания Щетининой А. И.

«Это решение противоречит нашей позиции, мы выражаем свое сожаление в связи с этим. Япония направила официальный протест по дипломатическим каналам», — заявил главный секретарь кабинета министров Японии Ёсихидэ Суга. Однако, по его словам, решение российских властей не повлияет на отношения между странами, которые ведут переговоры относительно принадлежности Курильских островов.

С середины ХХ века Япония требует передать в ее собственность острова Курильской гряды — Итуруп, Кунашир, Шикотан и Хабомаи — и ряд мелких необитаемых островов Малой Курильской гряды. Курильские острова стали частью РФ по итогам Второй мировой войны, однако Япония ссылается на Трактат о торговле и границах 1855 года, согласно которому эти земли должны принадлежать ей.

«Спектр» подготовил фотогалерею из нескольких спорных островов Курильской гряды.

The rusty hulk of a ship is seen partly immersed in water off the coast of the Southern Kurile island of Shikotan September 14, 2015. Russian residents of the island chain at the centre of a dispute between Japan and Russia that has held up a treaty to formally end World War Two hope a diplomatic solution will lure tourists and investment to help refurbish rickety infrastructure. The Southern Kuriles are referred to in Japan as the Northern Territories. Picture taken September 14, 2015.   REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Шикотан. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix

A dead tree stands at a cliff overlooking the Okhotsk Sea outside Yuzhno-Kurilsk, the main settlement on the Southern Kurile Island of Kunashir September 16, 2015. Russian residents of the island chain at the centre of a dispute between Japan and Russia that has held up a treaty to formally end World War Two hope a diplomatic solution will lure tourists and investment to help refurbish rickety infrastructure. The Southern Kuriles are referred to in Japan as the Northern Territories. Picture taken September 16, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

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Red-crowned cranes fly over grassland outside Yuzhno-Kurilsk, the main settlement on the Southern Kurile Island of Kunashir September 15, 2015. Russian residents of the island chain at the centre of a dispute between Japan and Russia that has held up a treaty to formally end World War Two hope a diplomatic solution will lure tourists and investment to help refurbish rickety infrastructure. The Southern Kuriles are referred to in Japan as the Northern Territories. Picture taken September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Кунашир. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix

People walk at sunset in the centre of Yuzhno-Kurilsk, the main settlement on the Southern Kurile Island of Kunashir September 15, 2015. Russian residents of the island chain at the centre of a dispute between Japan and Russia that has held up a treaty to formally end World War Two hope a diplomatic solution will lure tourists and investment to help refurbish rickety infrastructure. The Southern Kuriles are referred to in Japan as the Northern Territories. Picture taken September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

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A man drives a quad-bike at a beach outside Yuzhno-Kurilsk, the main settlement on the Southern Kurile Island of Kunashir September 14, 2015. Russian residents of the island chain at the centre of a dispute between Japan and Russia that has held up a treaty to formally end World War Two hope a diplomatic solution will lure tourists and investment to help refurbish rickety infrastructure. The Southern Kuriles are referred to in Japan as the Northern Territories. Picture taken September 14, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Южно-Курильск, Кунашир. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix

Men repair a roof of an apartment house after it was damaged in a recent storm in Yuzhno-Kurilsk, the main settlement on the Southern Kurile Island of Kunashir September 14, 2015. Russian residents of the island chain at the centre of a dispute between Japan and Russia that has held up a treaty to formally end World War Two hope a diplomatic solution will lure tourists and investment to help refurbish rickety infrastructure. The Southern Kuriles are referred to in Japan as the Northern Territories. Picture taken September 14, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Южно-Курильск, Кунашир. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix

Men walk in the centre of Yuzhno-Kurilsk, the main settlement on the Southern Kurile Island of Kunashir September 14, 2015. Russian residents of the island chain at the centre of a dispute between Japan and Russia that has held up a treaty to formally end World War Two hope a diplomatic solution will lure tourists and investment to help refurbish rickety infrastructure. The Southern Kuriles are referred to in Japan as the Northern Territories. Picture taken September 14, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Южно-Курильск, Кунашир. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix

Yuzhno-Kurilsk, the main settlement on the Southern Kurile Island of Kunashir is pictured from the ferry Polaris as it approaches its port, September 14, 2015. Russian residents of the island chain at the centre of a dispute between Japan and Russia that has held up a treaty to formally end World War Two hope a diplomatic solution will lure tourists and investment to help refurbish rickety infrastructure. The Southern Kuriles are referred to in Japan as the Northern Territories. Picture taken September 14, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Южно-Курильск, Кунашир. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix

The port of Yuzhno-Kurilsk, the main settlement on the Southern Kurile Island of Kunashir is pictured from the ferry Polaris as it approaches its port, September 14, 2015. Russian residents of the island chain at the centre of a dispute between Japan and Russia that has held up a treaty to formally end World War Two hope a diplomatic solution will lure tourists and investment to help refurbish rickety infrastructure. The Southern Kuriles are referred to in Japan as the Northern Territories. Picture taken September 14, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Южно-Курильск, Кунашир. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix

Russian coastguard ships are moored at the port of on Southern Kurile Island of Shikotan September 14, 2015. Russian residents of the island chain at the centre of a dispute between Japan and Russia that has held up a treaty to formally end World War Two hope a diplomatic solution will lure tourists and investment to help refurbish rickety infrastructure. The Southern Kuriles are referred to in Japan as the Northern Territories. Picture taken September 14, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Южно-Курильск, Кунашир. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix

A toilet stands in a field on private property in the town of Yuzhno-Kurilsk on Kunashir Island which is part of the Kuril Islands group in Russia, September 16, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone,

Южно-Курильск, Кунашир. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix

A bust of Soviet state founder Vladimir Lenin is seen in front of the Holy Trinity Cathedral in the settlement of Yuzhno-Kurilsk on the Island of Kunashir, one of four islands known as the Southern Kuriles in Russia and the Northern Territories in Japan, December 21, 2016. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev

Южно-Курильск, Кунашир. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix

Cars drive on a street in the settlement of Yuzhno-Kurilsk on the Island of Kunashir, one of four islands known as the Southern Kuriles in Russia and the Northern Territories in Japan, December 21, 2016. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev

Южно-Курильск, Кунашир. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix

A worker unloads fresh pollocks at the Yuzhno-Kurilsk fish plant in the settlement of Yuzhno-Kurilsk on the Island of Kunashir, one of four islands known as the Southern Kuriles in Russia and the Northern Territories in Japan, December 21, 2016. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev

Южно-Курильск, Кунашир. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix

Workers sort fresh pollocks for further processing and freezing at the Yuzhno-Kurilsk fish plant in the settlement of Yuzhno-Kurilsk on the Island of Kunashir, one of four islands known as the Southern Kuriles in Russia and the Northern Territories in Japan, December 21, 2016. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev

Южно-Курильск, Кунашир. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix

2935785 09/10/2016 A lighthouse at the furthest end of the Yuzhno-Kurilsky cape on the Pacific coast on Kunashir Island of the Greater Kuril Ridge. Ekaterina Chesnokova/Sputnik

Южно-Курильск, Кунашир. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix

Naval ships wreckage on the Karabovaya Bay shore, Shikotan Island.

Шикотан. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix

Solidified volcanic lava after the eruption of the volcano Bohdan Khmelnytsky on Iturup Island in the Great Kuril Islands.

Итуруп. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix

Solidified volcanic lava after the eruption of the volcano Bohdan Khmelnytsky on Iturup Island in the Great Kuril Islands.

Итуруп. Фото REUTERS/Scanpix