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Nearly 86% of people support Japan's sanctions on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, a Kyodo News survey showed Sunday, suggesting the public favors Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's firm stance against Moscow.

In the two-day telephone survey through Sunday, 91.2% of respondents backed the Japanese government's decision to accept refugees from the war-hit Eastern European country.

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