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Japan unveils further sanctions on Russia following G7 Summit

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Japan’s authorities announced new sanctions Friday in opposition to Russia for its ongoing invasion of Ukraine and up to date agreement to deploy nuclear weapons in Belarus.

The sanctions embody measures meant to freeze the belongings of 17 Russian people and 78 entities. Based on an announcement from the Japanese International Ministry, the sanctioned people are “thought-about to be immediately concerned in” Russia’s “annexation” of parts of Ukraine. The sanctions additionally enact restrictions on cost and capital transactions with the sanctioned people. Past that, the sanctions prohibit the export of products to 80 Russian military-related entities.

Japan issued the sanctions following a current G7 summit, which Japan hosted from Might 18 to Might 19. In the course of the summit, G7 member states agreed to mix worldwide efforts and implement measures in opposition to Russia for its ongoing violent acts in breach of a number of worldwide conventions and treaties.

Following the G7 summit, the Biden administration stated, “We stay united in imposing coordinated sanctions and different financial actions to additional undermine Russia’s capability to wage it’s unlawful aggression…we’ll starve Russia of G7 expertise, industrial tools and companies that help its conflict machine.”

Friday’s announcement from the Japanese International Ministry echoed the Biden administration, stating the sanctions have been issued “for the aim of contributing to the worldwide efforts for attaining worldwide peace.”

Source / Picture: jurist.org

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