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Russia sanctions 384 Japanese lawmakers over stance on Ukraine

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Russia bans 384 Japanese lawmakers from entering its territory in response to Tokyo aligning itself with international sanctions against Moscow over Ukraine. The Russian foreign ministry blacklisted the parliamentarians, naming them on its website. Tokyo had earlier indicated it hoped to retain its stake in the Sakhalin-2 oil and gas project.
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Russia sanctions 384 Japanese lawmakers

Russia on Friday imposed sanctions against 384 members of Japan's parliament, the foreign ministry said in a statement.

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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Russia sanctions 384 Japanese lawmakers

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia on Friday imposed sanctions against 384 members of Japan's parliament, the foreign ministry said in a statement. Read full story

3 months ago·Malaysia
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The Straits TimesThe Straits Times

Russia sanctions 384 Japanese lawmakers over Ukraine

Move is in response to Tokyo aligning itself with international sanctions against Moscow over Ukraine. Read more at straitstimes.com.

3 months ago·Singapore
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Russia blacklists 384 Japanese lawmakers — Foreign Ministry

The Russian Foreign Ministry published the list of sanctioned Japanese lawmakers on its website

3 months ago·Moscow, Russian Federation
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3 months ago·Canada
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Russia sanctions 384 Japanese lawmakers over stance on Ukraine

Russia bans 384 Japanese lawmakers from entering country in response to Tokyo joining the G7 in sanctioning Moscow.

3 months ago·Qatar
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