Russia has imposed sanctions on 63 high-ranking Japanese officials, including Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.
According to the Russian Foreign Ministry, the Japanese government has launched an unprecedented anti-Russian campaign, allowing unacceptable rhetoric against the Russian Federation, including slander and direct threats.
The department drew attention to the fact that the administration of Fumio Kishida is echoed by well-known public figures, experts and media representatives in Japan.
In line with this course, Tokyo is taking steps aimed at dismantling good neighborly ties, damaging the Russian economy and the international authority of the Russian Federation, follows from the message.
Taking into account the above reasons and sanctions decisions taken by the Japanese government against Russian citizens, a decision was made to impose sanctions on 63 Japanese citizens, including Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, members of the government and deputies, the Russian Foreign Ministry noted.
The sanctions imply an indefinite ban on entry into the territory of the Russian Federation.
The full list of persons included in the sanctions list is published on the website of the Russian Foreign Ministry.
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