Japan plans to provide additional funds in the amount of USD 4.5 billion to support Ukraine.

This was stated by Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Kyodo News reports.

Following the online summit, the G7 countries adopted a resolution indicating that they will continue to support the Ukrainian peacekeeping initiative.

"We are determined to uphold an independent, democratic Ukraine within its internationally recognized borders," the G7 said in a statement.

In turn, the Prime Minister of Japan said that his country would provide $4.5 billion in additional aid to Ukraine.

These funds will be used to rebuild the country after the aggression of the Russian Federation.

Earlier, it was reported that Japan would transfer non-lethal equipment to Ukraine, including UAV detection systems.

In addition, we previously reported that Ukraine and Japan agreed to start negotiations on security guarantees.

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