Japan intends to allocate USD 5.5 billion for Ukraine's recovery
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has announced the government's intention to allocate another USD 5.5 billion to Ukraine to restore the infrastructure damaged by Russian strikes
Kyodo reported the information.
Minister Kishida also said on Monday that he would invite Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to the G7 online summit on the first anniversary of Russia's invasion of the country later this week.
On Friday, Japan, as the presiding country, will hold a video summit of the G7, where leaders are expected to reaffirm their unity in the fight against Russia's aggression against Ukraine.
This will be the first G7 summit organized by Minister Kishida. At the online meeting, the G7 countries: Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the US, as well as the EU, are likely to agree on an action plan to further support Ukraine.
Earlier, the Japanese government allocated USD 170 million to rebuild Ukraine's critical infrastructure.