Japan's Kishida in Poland for talks after visit to Ukraine


Japan's prime minister says he will support Poland, which bears an increasing burden due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Alongside Polish prime minister Matthias, fumio kushida says he visited Ukraine and conveyed unwavering solidarity of Japan and G 7 directly to president volodymyr zelensky, adding, as this year's G 7 presidency, Japan will work together with Poland to demonstrate leadership. So that's the international community. Can unite and firmly support Ukraine kushida added Japan would offer development assistance in light of the increasing burden on Poland, Japan usually provides the type of promised aid to developing countries which Poland is no longer because Japan can make an exception here. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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