Regarding the military invasion by Russia, Minister of Finance Suzuki met with Ukraine's Ambassador to Japan, Korsunsky, and expressed his intention to continue to be close to the Ukrainian people and to act in unity with the international community such as the G7 = seven major countries. ..

Ukrainian Ambassador Sergiy Korsunsky, who is stationed in Japan, visited the Ministry of Finance on the 4th and met with Finance Minister Suzuki for about 30 minutes from 6:30 pm.



In this, Minister Suzuki explained the financial sanctions imposed on the Russian side, the yen loan to Ukraine, and the contents of humanitarian assistance.



In response, Ambassador Korsunsky expressed his gratitude for the support provided by the government and the donations made by many Japanese to the account set up by the Embassy of Ukraine in Japan, and the current plight of Ukraine. There was an explanation about.



After the meeting, Minister Suzuki said, "I was deeply moved when I heard the voice of the ambassador again. I told him that Japan would continue to be close to the Ukrainian people, communicate with the G7 countries, and act in a united manner." Said.

Ukrainian Ambassador "I can't understand Russia's nuclear power plant at all"

Ukraine's Ambassador to Japan Sergiy Korsunsky said after a meeting with Finance Minister Suzuki, "I came to appreciate and thank the Japanese government for its unprecedented economic sanctions. The sanctions were invaded by Russia. It's a very effective way to see the results. "



And about the Russian army's seizure of the Zapolija nuclear power plant, "I visited the site after the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant and know more about the Chernobyl nuclear accident. There are six nuclear power plants. If there is an accident at Zapolija, it will cause incomparable damage. I can't understand what Russia is doing, "he strongly accused Russia.

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