Japanese authorities decided to expand anti-Russia sanctions after the G7 summit in Hiroshima. It has been reported Reuters referring to the government bulletin.
“Japan will freeze the assets of 78 groups and 17 individuals in Russia and ban exports to 80 Russian entities, such as military-linked research laboratories,” the document said.
Former Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida aforementionedG7 member states will strengthen control over compliance with sanctions against Russia. According to him, control measures should be strengthened so that the Russian side cannot escape or escape the effects of sanctions in any way.
Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission before that declarationHe said the European Union (EU) would impose sanctions on eight companies registered in China and help Russia circumvent the restrictions.
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