• Reuters


Japan will impose sanctions on 15 Russian individuals and nine organizations, it said on Friday, including defense officials and state-owned arms exporter Rosoboronexport.

The sanctions, which include the freezing of assets, are Japan’s latest measures since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine that began on Feb. 24. They now cover 76 individuals, seven banks and 12 other bodies in Russia, the Finance Ministry said.

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