Russia Bans Entry of Japan PM: Moscow on Wednesday banned several dozen Japanese officials, including Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, from entering Russia. Moscow said on Wednesday that the move comes in response to Japan’s involvement in imposing international sanctions against Russia. Let us tell you that Western countries including America have imposed strict sanctions on Moscow against Russia’s military operation in Ukraine.
“The administration of F. Kishida launched an unprecedented anti-Russian campaign (and) allowed unacceptable rhetoric against the Russian Federation, including slander and direct threats,” Russia’s foreign ministry said in a statement.
,Japan’s attitude linked to western attitude,
“This anti-Russian campaign is echoed by public figures, experts, representatives of the Japanese media, who are completely attuned to the West’s attitude towards our country,” the ministry said.
The statement accused Tokyo of “taking pragmatic measures aimed at destroying good neighborly relations, damaging the Russian economy and the country’s international reputation”. The ministry said it was “indefinitely” banning 63 Japanese nationals, including the prime minister, cabinet members, lawmakers, journalists and professors, from Russia.
Russia claims 6 Ukraine stations disabled
Earlier on Wednesday, Russia’s Defense Ministry claimed that it had disabled six railway stations in Ukraine. According to the ministry, these stations were being used to send Western-made weapons to Ukrainian forces in eastern Ukraine. The ministry said that it has disabled the power supply of railway stations by bombing them.
The Russian ministry also said it targeted 40 Ukrainian military bases, including four depots of ammunition and artillery weapons. Let us tell you that the war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on for more than two months.
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