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The Ukraine and U.S. ambassadors to Tokyo have called on the Japanese public to give to a newly launched fund helping Ukrainian evacuees adjust to life in Japan, including with language-learning aid.

The Ukraine Evacuees Assistance Fund, established in partnership between the philanthropic Nippon Foundation with U.S. Ambassador Rahm Emanuel and Ukrainian Ambassador Sergiy Korsunsky, aims to raise ¥1 billion ($7.4 million) by Sept. 30.

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