Brussels – Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said Thursday that Japan will provide $100 million (¥12.1 billion) in additional emergency humanitarian aid to people fleeing Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Kishida unveiled the additional aid plan at a Group of Seven summit in Brussels. Japan has already provided Ukraine and neighboring countries with $100 million in emergency humanitarian aid.
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