as military and economics, it can attract more attention from the public, save effort and publicity. good again. This time, the Taiwan Digital Diplomacy phone database Association wants to take a look with you. Which countries have left a good impression on the heads of states and people of other countries with animals? Japan: Akita Diplomacy Russian President Vladimir Putin is famously obsessed with dogs. In 2012, Japan presented an Akita dog named "Yume" to Putin to thank Russia for its generous assistance to the disaster of the Great East Japan Earthquake.
At that time, Japan traveled thousands of miles to transport the dream to the G20 summit site in Mexico, and was personally presented to Putin by the then Prime Minister Noda Yoshihiko. Since then, Meng has often appeared with Putin. Whether it is playing in the snow or welcoming Abe Shinzo to visit Russia, they are all animal stars that the media are chasing. AP16348344888292 Putin and Akita Inu "Dream" Photo Credit: AP / Tatsuki Image But Akita diplomacy is not all-encompassing. In 2016, Japan originally planned to send an Akita dog groom to Russia in the name of "Matching with Dreams" to promote the talks on the territorial dispute between
Japan and Russia with the cuteness of the dog. Unexpectedly, this time, the Akita dog ambassador hit a soft nail and was rejected by Putin. It can be seen that "animal diplomacy" under the framework of "diplomacy" still has many considerations and mediation. It is not a warm treat for dinner. In addition, Russia's figure skating Winter Olympic gold medalist Alina Zagitova also received the Akita dog "Masaru" from Akita Prefecture as a congratulatory gift after winning the Olympic gold. The dog Victory often appears in the Zakitova community.