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Japanese PM announces sanctions against Russia

Although the Japanese government has so far maintained a more flexible attitude towards Russia than the West, the prime minister’s remarks today indicate that Tokyo is moving away from that position. Tokyo has been taking a much more tolerant stance on relations with Russia than the United States and its European allies, because Japan did not want to disrupt long-running talks with Russia over a number of disputed islands in the Russian-occupied north. In addition, partial dependence on Russia for energy imports prevents Tokyo from taking a hard line.

More than 12 percent of the coal imported into Japan comes from Russia. Japan imports approximately one-tenth of its liquefied natural gas from Russia..
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