Russia bars entry for 63 Japanese, including Prime Minister Kishida
7:01 JST, May 5, 2022
May 4 (Reuters) – Russia’s foreign ministry on Wednesday announced sanctions against 63 Japanese officials, journalists and professors for engaging in what it called “unacceptable rhetoric” against Moscow.
The list includes Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi and Defence Minister Nobuo Kishi, among other officials.
The sanctions bar the targeted individuals from entering Russia indefinitely, the ministry said.
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