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Kishida to commit additional $100 million in humanitarian assistance for Ukraine

NHK reported that during the G7 summit scheduled for tonight in Brussels, Prime Minister Kishida is expected to announce a plan to double Japan’s humanitarian assistance for Ukraine to $200 million. In addition, he will pledge $100 million in yen loans, bringing the total amount of the emergency loans for the embattled country to $200 million. The premier is also likely to unveil personnel contributions, such as the deployment of SDF doctors and nurses to Poland to help support evacuees from Ukraine.

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