| 27 May 2024, Monday |

Japan considers doubling humanitarian aid, loans to Ukraine

In addition to the $100 million in assistance Japan has already announced, the Japanese government is considering extending additional humanitarian aid of $100 million to Ukraine and neighboring countries, public broadcaster NHK said on Thursday.
The government is also looking into doubling emergency loans to Ukraine to $200 million and dispatching Self-Defense Force medical officers to support Ukrainian refugees in Poland and other neighboring nations, NHK said.
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has said he plans to unveil Japan’s new support measures for Ukraine at a G7 summit meeting scheduled to take place in Brussels on Thursday.

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