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Japan is preparing to issue identity cards to hundreds of Ukrainians who have fled to Japan, authorities said Tuesday, part of efforts to help them re-establish their lives in the country.

The IDs are expected to make smooth the process of confirming their status as evacuees when they process paperwork at municipal offices and banks. The immigration agency aims to issue the cards within this week.

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