Russian Ambassador Criticizes Japan’s Sanctions Against Russia

Galuzin, the Russian ambassador to Japan who launched an attack on Ukraine, held a press conference at the Foreign Correspondents Association in Japan (Tokyo) on the 25th, criticizing the Japanese government that decided to impose sanctions on Russia, claiming that this move harms the The “positive atmosphere” of the Japan-Russia Peace Treaty.

Galluzin said Japan’s sanctions are “not good for both sides”, indicating that countermeasures will be taken. He said that “Russia is an extremely important resource country”, suggesting that there may be pressure on Japan’s resource exports.

Galuzin maintains that the military operation against Ukraine is not for the purpose of occupation, saying that “the future of Ukraine should be decided by its citizens”.

Regarding the Russian military’s control of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in northern Ukraine, which exploded in 1986 during the former Soviet Union, Galuzin said that “guarantee safety and treat nuclear facilities responsibly”

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