Russia sanctions 384 Japanese lawmakers 

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The Russian Foreign Ministry sanctioned this Friday (07.15.2022) 384 members of the Japanese House of Representatives, the Lower House of Parliament, in response to a similar measure adopted by Tokyo in April.

These parliamentarians took “a hostile position against Russia” and made “baseless accusations” for its invasion of Ukraine, ordered by Russian President Vladimir Putin in late February.

Among the most prominent personalities who are now banned from entering Russia are former Prime Ministers Taro Aso (2008-2009) and Yoshihide Suga (2020-2021).

As a member of the G7, Japan has adopted several sanctions against Russia, including the recent ban on importing Russian gold and the freezing of assets of businessmen and various officials connected to the Kremlin.

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