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Japan decided Wednesday to send liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Europe amid fears that a conflict between Ukraine and Russia could disrupt supplies.

"Considering the severe shortage of LNG in Europe, we've decided to offer cooperation following a request from the United States," trade minister Koichi Hagiuda told reporters Wednesday evening. "We will ensure there will be stable supply in Japan, and offer the surplus to Europe."

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