Japan ramps up Russia sanctions with G-7, condemns nuke deployment in Belarus

Japan will be taking action and placing more sanctions on Russia after the Group of Seven (G-7) summit the country hosted last week have agreed to put measures to stringently punish Moscow invading  Ukraine. Mr Matsuno who is the top government spokesman in Tokyo , also criticised  Russia’s move on Thursday to use plotted nuclear weapons in Belarus. He says that it would further worsen situations around the invasion of Ukraine. United States, Britain, Germany and France, are showing up support to Ukraine by providing extra military aids and sanctions on Russia. Japan will hinder the export of construction and engineering services to Russia. Japan will bring to halt the assets of 78 groups and 17 individuals which includes army officers of Russia and it will be banning exports such as the military-affiliated research labs.