Ukraine, Japan sign security agreement

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Ukraine and Japan on Thursday signed a security agreement on the sidelines of the G7 summit, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said.

“In 2024, Japan will provide Ukraine with $4.5 billion and will continue to support us throughout the agreement’s entire 10-year term,” he said on X.

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The deal, he added, envisages security and defense assistance, humanitarian aid, technical and financial cooperation.

Zelenskyy thanked Japan for “unwavering solidarity” and dedication to protecting international law.

A similar agreement with the US is expected to be signed later at the summit in Italy.

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