Prime Minister Kishida will attend the G7 summit in Belgium on the 24th over the situation in Ukraine.

The meeting will express its intention to provide new sanctions and additional humanitarian assistance.

On the 24th, one month after Russia's military invasion of Ukraine, Prime Minister Kishida will attend the G7 summit in Brussels, the capital of Belgium, on the night of the 24th of Japan time.



Prior to the departure, Prime Minister Kishida said on the night of the 23rd, "We have shown close cooperation with the G7, but this time we would like to take this opportunity to show strong cooperation and disseminate. We explained further strengthening of sanctions at the meeting. I would also like to express additional humanitarian assistance to show solidarity with Ukraine. "



"Japan is the only country participating in the G7 from Asia, and it is important to input the situation in Asia to the leaders of each country and contribute to sharing information," he said earlier in India and Cambodia. He also expressed his intention to report the results of meetings with the leaders of both countries.



It is expected that the stay at the site will be short, but Prime Minister Kishida would like to hold individual meetings with the leaders of each country as much as possible to confirm cooperation and build a relationship of trust.

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