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Japan will provide up to ¥2,400 per day in living allowances to evacuees from Ukraine who have fled their country following Russia's invasion, particularly to help those who came without any relatives or acquaintances to turn to, the government has said.

The Immigration Services Agency of Japan said Monday the financial aid is expected to last at least six months, with the government separately shouldering their medical expenses and Japanese language lessons and also helping them gain employment.

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