Japan will impose sanctions on Belarus as early as this week for its role in Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said Wednesday.
"Given Belarus' obvious involvement in Russia's invasion of Ukraine, we have decided to take sanction measures against individuals including President (Alexander) Lukashenko as well as entities, and implement export control measures," Kishida said in parliament.
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