Japanese Foreign Minister Yoko Kamikawa visited Ukraine to show Japan’s support. Her visit was unexpected as she had originally planned to visit other countries. Japan has been supporting Ukraine since Russia’s invasion, with sanctions and assistance projects. Kamikawa will reiterate Japan’s consistent policy of standing with Ukraine and brief them on assistance projects. Japan plans to host a conference in Tokyo to promote Ukraine’s economic reconstruction, with the Ukrainian Prime Minister attending. Kamikawa will consult with Ukraine about the conference and attend a handover ceremony for winterization assistance. She will also demonstrate Japan’s determination to uphold the international order and highlight the importance of rules-based international order. Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has emphasized the importance of a rules-based order and the G7 has agreed to restrict technology and equipment to Russia.
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