Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Western leaders agreed Tuesday to unleash a “powerful” economic response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, with Moscow facing increased isolation but continuing to bombard its neighbor, killing dozens and sparking a refugee crisis.
Japan formally joined the U.S. and other partners in slapping more sanctions on Russia’s embattled leaders and three financial institutions, dealing a potentially crushing blow to the country’s economy.
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