Japan has imposed new sanctions against the Russians

Japan has found a new excuse to impose sanctions on Russians
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Japan is imposing sanctions on four Russian organizations and three individuals. This was stated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country.

The reason was allegedly a violation of the sanctions regime against the DPRK, according to the website of the Japanese Foreign Ministry. The list includes Russians Alexander Gaeva, Alexander Chasovnikov and Roman Alar, as well as Apollon, RK Breeze, Zil-M and Parsek. Their capital will be frozen.

Earlier, the European Union, the United States, Japan and other countries began to impose sanctions against Russia over a special operation in Ukraine. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has stated that the alliance expects Turkey to join the restrictions against Russia, MK.RU reports. Sanctions against Russia have continued since the early 2000s. Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that the purpose of the restrictions is to abolish Russia and its culture. However, the sanctions have a negative effect on the countries that imposed them, said Russian authorities.

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Japan is imposing sanctions on four Russian organizations and three individuals. This was stated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country. The reason was allegedly a violation of the sanctions regime against the DPRK, according to the website of the Japanese Foreign Ministry. The list includes Russians Alexander Gaeva, Alexander Chasovnikov and Roman Alar, as well as Apollon, RK Breeze, Zil-M and Parsek. Their capital will be frozen. Earlier, the European Union, the United States, Japan and other countries began to impose sanctions against Russia over a special operation in Ukraine. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has stated that the alliance expects Turkey to join the restrictions against Russia, MK.RU reports. Sanctions against Russia have continued since the early 2000s. Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that the purpose of the restrictions is to abolish Russia and its culture. However, the sanctions have a negative effect on the countries that imposed them, said Russian authorities.

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