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Cities in Japan that have sister-city partnerships with cities in Ukraine are voicing their concerns over the safety of local citizens following the recent invasion of the country by Russian troops.

An official of the Kyoto Municipal Government, which has maintained exchanges with Ukraine’s capital city of Kyiv for more than 50 years, expressed hopes that “peace will return as soon as possible.”

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