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Japan promised Ukraine $4.5 billion for reconstruction and supported the Peace Formula: what is known

Japan has already provided Ukraine with defense products

On Wednesday, December 6, Japan announced additional assistance to Ukraine in the amount of about $4.5 billion. These funds will be used to restore the country after the invasion of Russian troops.

The decision was made after a meeting of G7 leaders in Tokyo, Kyodo News reports. According to the article, the decision was announced by Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.

He said at the summit that "Tokyo stands ready to provide about $4.5 billion in additional funds to help war-torn Ukraine in its recovery efforts."

The G7 leaders also issued a joint statement stating that the countries would continue to support Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's peacekeeping initiative called the "Peace Formula." The heads of state emphasized the importance of reducing conflict and protecting civilians in the Gaza Strip.

"We are determined to support an independent, democratic Ukraine within its internationally recognized borders," the G7 statement said.

It should be noted that the G7 includes Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United States and the European Union.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, Zelensky joined the G7 online summit and said that in 2024 Russia hopes that the consolidation of the civilized world against dictatorship will collapse and fail. That is why maintaining a coherent consolidation is a vital necessity for security and restoring stability.

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