The new Japanese Foreign Minister said that sanctions against Russia will remain

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The new Japanese Foreign Minister said that sanctions against Russia will remain

Japan, considered a country of the collective West, although located far to the east, continues to adhere to the policy of that same West towards Russia.

This state of affairs will continue in the future, according to the words of Yoki Kamikawa, who has become the new Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan. In particular, the Japanese diplomat said that the sanctions previously imposed by Tokyo against Moscow will remain in place. At the same time, Kamikawa added that relations with Russia will be built taking into account Japan’s national interests. True, it is not entirely clear what the Japanese are interested in maintaining sanctions, other than the loss of Russian markets and the deterioration of relations with Moscow.

According to the head of the Japanese Foreign Ministry, her country will continue to closely interact with the world community and, in particular, with the G7 countries, which Kamikawa apparently considers the world community.



Japan, as part of Western anti-Russian sanctions imposed due to the situation in Ukraine, froze the assets of about a thousand Russian citizens and introduced restrictions against almost 130 organizations and 12 banks.

Yoko Kamikawa became head of the Japanese Foreign Ministry yesterday, replacing Yoshimasa Hayashi, who held this position for about two years. Let us recall that earlier the Japanese government was dismissed, after which a change of cabinet ministers began.
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  1. +2
    14 September 2023
    In particular, the Japanese diplomat said that the sanctions previously imposed by Tokyo against Moscow will remain in place. At the same time, Kamikawa added that relations with Russia will be built taking into account Japan’s national interests.

    The Japanese lady has an interesting logic - “we give you a bucket of guan for your porridge, and you give us a barrel of honey for it.”
    1. 0
      14 September 2023
      Everything is simple/complicated for them....
      A significant part of the population is nationalist and dream of taking revenge... in any way.
      Some part is really afraid to get involved in adventures, their own, others’, but not in any way.
      Who is more, who rules now?
  2. +2
    14 September 2023
    True, it is not entirely clear what the Japanese are interested in maintaining sanctions, other than the loss of Russian markets

    ***
    Don't play the fool, Japan
    Those gas, you're freezing, I suppose.
    Sakhalin and Hokkaido are two coasts:
    Sake, vodka, pollock and salmon.
    Sake, vodka, pollock and salmon ...



    ***
  3. +1
    14 September 2023
    What can we take from her - the mother is Japanese, whatever one may say.
  4. +1
    14 September 2023
    True, it is not entirely clear what the Japanese are interested in maintaining sanctions, other than the loss of Russian markets and the deterioration of relations with Moscow.

    And this is just a new form of “mutually beneficial” cooperation in Japanese. You don’t have to look far for an example; the incident happened this spring. Japanese Foreign Ministry: “Yesterday we imposed sanctions on you that impose a ban on the supply of medicines and electronic components to the Russian Federation. Therefore, we demand that the ban on fishing of fish and crabs by Japanese vessels in the area of ​​the southern Kuril Islands, introduced today by the Russian Government, be immediately lifted.” then so.
    1. 0
      14 September 2023
      Quote: Sedov
      Japanese Foreign Ministry: “Yesterday we imposed sanctions against you that impose a ban on the supply of medicines and electronic components to the Russian Federation. Therefore, we demand that the ban on fishing of fish and crabs by Japanese vessels in the area of ​​the southern Kuril Islands, introduced today by the Russian Government, be immediately lifted.”

      And this is the result of Zelensky’s tour of the countries of the collective West. Now they all live in the paradigm “Who cares about us?!”
  5. 0
    14 September 2023
    the Japanese diplomat said that the sanctions previously imposed by Tokyo against Moscow will remain in place

    And here, somehow, we didn’t expect anything else.
  6. 0
    14 September 2023
    The new Japanese Foreign Minister said that sanctions against Russia will remain
    . What kind of wishes they themselves have can be assumed with a high degree of probability; history will help everyone.
    Whose wishes they are fulfilling now is also easy to guess, to guess....
    In general, everything was as it was, as usual.
  7. 0
    14 September 2023
    . At the same time, Kamikawa added that relations with Russia will be built taking into account Japan’s national interests.
    Aha, cunning)) Ipenets, in this case Ipenka! fool They are pursuing their policies one on one with the Merikatos... Where it is beneficial for THEM, everything is OK! The rest is on board!
  8. 0
    14 September 2023
    The sum does not change from rearranging the terms, but here no changes are even observed, one E has been exchanged for another E.
  9. 0
    14 September 2023
    . In particular, the Japanese diplomat said that the sanctions previously imposed by Tokyo against Moscow will remain in place.

    Maintaining the sanction was one of the conditions for the appointment of this person to the post of chief diplomat, otherwise he would not have passed the “American commission.”
  10. 0
    14 September 2023
    the sanctions previously imposed by Tokyo against Moscow will remain... relations with Russia will be built taking into account the national interests of Japan
    This means that sanctions will remain, or even be added, and Russia’s interests in relations will not be taken into account. Japan is above all, but at the same time will bow in deep bow to the United States. Well, why do we need such a relationship?
    1. 0
      14 September 2023
      Quote: rotmistr60
      at the same time he will bow in deep bow to the United States.Well, why do we need such a relationship?
      oh, don’t tell me... in light of fashion trends LGBT- when they stand in deep bow to the USA- they are standing towards us...uh...the back facade..
      Or maybe it us such a hint. - “Well, take me!!!” (c)
      I am a categorical opponent of homosexuality, but it would be extremely useful to fuck some states...
  11. 0
    15 September 2023
    Should we cut off their oil, gas, or whatever they buy there? Fish from the Sea of ​​Okhotsk.
    And let them continue to maintain their sanctions.

    I remembered the jackal from Mowgli, the one who “Akella missed,” shouted. These are about the same. They are also sitting under Sherkhan.

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