The Japanese government will provide Ukraine with an additional $300 million in aid to combat a full-scale Russian invasion. This was reported by NHK.
Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio intends to announce the decision at a summit with U.S. President Joe Biden on Monday, May 23. He also wants to reaffirm the willingness of the G7 countries to continue providing aid to Ukraine, as well as to increase pressure on Russia with additional sanctions.
Earlier this week, Japan signed a $300 million loan agreement with Ukraine, NHK reported. Tokyo will now provide Ukraine with loans totaling $600 million.