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Russia condemns Japan sanctions over Ukraine
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The Russian Foreign Ministry building in Moscow (file photo)

Russian Foreign Ministry has denounced Japan’s plans to impose further sanctions on Russia over the crisis in Ukraine, calling the move “unfriendly.”

The Russian ministry made the remarks in a statement on Tuesday, a day after Japan announced plans to impose bans on the assets of Russian and pro-Russian individuals as well as on imports from the Russian territory of Crimea.

The Russian Foreign Ministry added that the new sanctions would harm the relations between the two countries.

“The imposition by Tokyo of new sanctions on Russia… inevitably threatens a whole range of bilateral relations, and sets them back,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said.

On Monday, Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga announced that Tokyo would freeze assets held in the country by a number of Russian and pro-Russian individuals.

In addition, Suga said Japan would follow a recent decision by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development to freeze funds for new projects in Russia.

According to Suga, the new sanctions will come into effect after the bans are approved by the cabinet, which is expected to happen later this week. A list of additional names subjected to the sanctions will then be released by the government.

Tokyo earlier imposed limited sanctions on Russia over the crisis in Ukraine, including the suspension of some bilateral talks and an entry visa ban on 23 individuals.

Japan along with Western powers have been accusing Moscow of playing a role in the crisis in eastern Ukraine, which broke out when Kiev launched military operations to silence pro-Russia protests in April.

Threats of sanctions against Russia intensified further after Malaysian Flight MH17, which had been heading from the Dutch capital of Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, was reportedly shot down over Ukraine’s volatile Donetsk region on July 17.

Western powers accuse pro-Russia forces of downing the civilian airliner. The pro-Russians deny any involvement in the tragedy.



Putin Vows Assistance in Taking Ill Children Out of Crisis-Hit East Ukraine
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Russian President Vladimir Putin

Topic: Situation in the South-East of Ukraine 


NOVO-OGARYOVO, July 29 (RIA Novosti) – Russian President Vladimir Putin promised Tuesday to help in evacuating children, who require urgent medical assistance, from violence-hit eastern Ukraine.

The head of the presidential human rights council, Mikhail Fedotov, told Putin at a meeting that the Kiev government keeps silent on Russia’s offer to evacuate the children.

“I expect that we will be able to agree with human rights activists and Ukrainian authorities,” Putin said. “We will try to help.”

The Russian leader added: “This is an important humanitarian sphere and I would ask you to seek the response of the Ukrainian colleagues in a non-conflict manner.”

The Russian president reminded Fedotov that the Russian side is already providing medical assistance to Ukrainian soldiers having secured the agreement of the Ukrainian authorities.

Over the past days, 26 Ukrainian servicemen were hospitalized in Russia’s Rostov Region. Two of them, who were in a critical condition, later died and another 18 were discharged and sent back to Ukraine.

Putin has also called on authorities to resolve major issues on providing assistance to Ukrainian refugees.

According to the Russian Federal Migration Service, more than 500,000 refugees from Ukraine have entered Russia since April.

Citizens from 66 Russian regions are currently sheltering Ukrainian refugees, and some 233,000 of these refugees already have an official status, Russian children’s rights ombudsman Pavel Astakhov said Tuesday.

Moscow has described the ongoing military action as a punitive operation and has repeatedly called on Kiev to put an immediate end to the bloodshed. Russia’s Foreign Ministry has also urged the international community to intervene and investigate the crimes against humanity that have occurred in Ukraine in recent months.

According to the UN report, the conflict has claimed the lives of 1,129 civilians since mid-April till July 26, and 3,442 civilians were injured.


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