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Member of the Japanese Parliament called for an objective assessment of the events in Ukraine


Tokyo TowerTOKYO, Mar 26The deputy of the upper house of the Japanese parliament and a member of the Japan Renaissance Party, Muneo Suzuki, called for assessing the events in Ukraine only with information from both of the parties involved, because only in this case “it will be fair.” “Of course, everyone sympathizes, and my heart it also hurts when they show a crying child or a child running away.The Ukrainian side announces that “300 people died” or “400 people died”, but if Russia seriously attacks, the number of victims will not be limited to this figure. now available in the media, this is the Ukrainian side,” the politician said in an interview with the weekly magazine Shukan Gendai.In Japan, they announced the danger of a “collision” with Russia over the Kuriles, Suzuki stressed that “information from the Russian side does not pass at all in the Western media and the Japanese media.” “Only when both parts of the information are available, it will be possible to fairly assess what is happening,” he added deputy. In addition, he expressed the opinion that the Japanese government could enter into a dialogue with both Russia and the United States and Vladimir Zelensky, as “it has an appropriate position.” “Japan has such a situation that it can speak and with (US) President Biden, and with (Russian) President Putin. In addition, Japan has allocated a total of 310 billion yen (2.5 billion dollars) in official development assistance to Ukraine. That is, since we spend a lot of money, we are in a position where we can speak to Zelensky (our opinion – ed.),” the politician said.Japan may expand the ban on the export of goods to Russia, media write. Earlier, Suzuki in his blog urged official Tokyo to “pursue a balanced policy towards Moscow” taking into account its national interests. Suzuki is well known in Japanese politics for his interest in signing a peace treaty and developing bilateral relations with RF. He often advised former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, under whom bilateral contacts developed very intensively. Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine on February 24th. Putin called its goal “the protection of people who have been subjected to bullying and genocide by the Kiev regime for eight years.” For this, according to him, it is planned to carry out “demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine”, to bring to justice all war criminals responsible for “bloody crimes against civilians” in Donbass. .jpg” />There is no way to discuss a peace treaty with Japan, Zakharova saidAccording to the Russian Defense Ministry, the Armed Forces strike only at military infrastructure and Ukrainian troops. With the support of the Russian Armed Forces, the DPR and LPR groups are developing an offensive, but there is no talk of the occupation of Ukraine, the Russian president emphasized. In response, the United States, EU countries and a number of other states, including Japan, imposed new sanctions against Russia and major Russian organizations. The Russian Federation on Monday announced that Moscow, in response to Tokyo's unfriendly steps, refuses to negotiate a peace treaty with Japan, stops visa-free trips of Japanese citizens to the southern Kuril Islands, and withdraws from a dialogue with Japan on establishing joint economic activities in the southern Kuriles.

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