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Japanese students forced to suddenly depart Russia are hoping to make use of their language skills and act as a bridge between their country and Moscow, following the latter’s invasion of Ukraine.

“I want to take on a job that would make use of my Russian-language skills,” said Sakurako Mitsushima, a fourth-year student at Osaka University who was studying at Moscow State University.

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