Vekselberg was also targeted in the sanctions by Japan, as well as 11 members of the Duma and five family members of banker Yuri Kovalchuk, the finance ministry said. Japan will act in line with other Group of Seven (G7) nations on sanctions, said the government’s top spokesman, Hirokazu Matsuno.”As for sanctions hereafter, we’ll continue to watch conditions and, along with other G7 nations, respond appropriately,” Matsuno told reporters at a news conference.
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