G7 countries agree with unity in Ukraine support -Japan foreign minister – Reuters

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Tokyo, japan, Sept 22 (Reuters) – Foreign ministers in the Number of Seven (G7) advanced economies confirmed inside a meeting in New You are able to on Wednesday their cooperation in extending support for Ukraine, Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi stated.

The statement of support follows President Vladimir Putin’s announcement that Russia will enact its first wartime mobilisation since World War Two and annex swaths of Ukrainian territory, while threatening to make use of nuclear weapons to protect the nation.

“We reconfirmed that G7 countries interact in supporting Ukraine and answering food and security,” Hayashi told reporters in a news conference in New You are able to.

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Included in additional sanctions against Moscow, Japan intends to ban exports to Russia of chemical weapons-related products, and also to expand their email list of Russian military-related organisations that exports are prohibited, Hayashi stated.

Also, he stated the G7 people reconfirmed the significance of peace and stability within the Taiwan Strait.

U.S. President Joe Biden stated this month U.S forces would defend Taiwan in case of a Chinese invasion, his most explicit statement around the issue, drawing an angry response from China.

(This story corrects headline to exhibit foreign, not finance, minister spoke)

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Reporting by Kiyoshi Takenaka Editing by Christian Schmollinger

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