Prime Minister Fumio Kishida indicated Saturday that Japan will consider concrete steps for additional sanctions on Russia in coordination with other Group of Seven members over its aggression in Ukraine.
“Each country is about to work on concrete steps now,” Kishida told reporters in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture. “We would like to take specific actions in partnership with other G7 members.”
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