Tokyo announced the decision to allocate $470 million to Kiev in the form of free assistance, as well as another $30 million for the transfer of non-lethal equipment. This information was announced to journalists by Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida following his visit to the Ukrainian capital.
“We will donate $470 million to help Ukraine in energy and other areas,” the Nikkei quoted him as saying.
The Japanese Foreign Ministry has also expressed its intention to continue to promote the policy of sanctions against Russia. In addition, Tokyo reaffirmed its commitment to support Ukraine.
Japan’s post to allocate $470 million in free aid to Ukraine and $30 million for equipment
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