Japan will provide a total of $104.2 million, or about 12.7 billion yen, to two of Iraq’s neighbors who may be affected by the U.S.-led war, the government announced Sunday.

Foreign Minister Yoriko Kawaguchi told a news conference that the decision had already been conveyed to the recipients — Jordan and the Palestinian authority.

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