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Japan to maintain trade sanctions against Russia for another year

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The sanctions are a joke. Europe is buying Russian oil from India and Saudi. And Russia can get everything from China.

I'm glad you are so against Russia you want the West to start up some third party sanctions. Really committed of you.

Oh by the way, more countries are ditching dollars as we speak,

Nobody wants a Ruble good only for gas and a Yuan manipulated by the CCP. Keep hoping you will take the day US down, though.

3 ( +4 / -1 )

The sanctions are a joke. Europe is buying Russian oil from India and Saudi. And Russia can get everything from China.

Oh by the way, more countries are ditching dollars as we speak,

-2 ( +2 / -4 )

did it bring any positive outcome for Japan?

answer is NO.

That was never the aim of the sanctions.

did it stoppen Russia from adavncing in UA and did it bought russian economy to knees?

NO AGAIN.

It was not designed to do that either. It is in solidarity with other supporters of Ukraine to make business, manufacturing and profiting more difficult for Russia, and to make its invasion more difficult than it otherwise would have been. And it has been successful in achieving its aim of doing that.

Japan is paying more for goods bought before from Russia as buying same things through third countries and yes all of happy japanese plebs is paying much more for literally everything.

World wide inflation is happening as a result of years of covid disruptions to global supply lines and the added pain from Russia's invasion of Ukraine restricting food exports to the world. Every nation is subject to this inflationary pressure, not just Japan, who would still face rising inflation even if it was not sanctioning Russia.

reason for this is simple.Japan is in position of USA vassal and doing only what is told to do-all in name of US interests,not in own interests.

More vassal nonsense. Japan agrees with the nations supporting Ukraine freedom and right to self determination, and totally opposes Russia's brutal and illegal invasion. Time to get over your fake vassal garbage. Nobody but the gullible are buying it.

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until the end of March 2024

So, the consensus is to keep the war going until then?

Japan's government decided Friday

I am not so sure, is this really a decision by Japan's government?

-3 ( +1 / -4 )

well let me ask one question.

did it bring any positive outcome for Japan?

answer is NO.

did it stoppen Russia from adavncing in UA and did it bought russian economy to knees?

NO AGAIN.

Japan is paying more for goods bought before from Russia as buying same things through third countries and yes all of happy japanese plebs is paying much more for literally everything.

reason for this is simple.Japan is in position of USA vassal and doing only what is told to do-all in name of US interests,not in own interests.

-2 ( +3 / -5 )

No sanction on gas or oil, but a meaningless 2% on crabs and 1.5% on salmon.

Putin must be having a giggle at this.

3 ( +6 / -3 )

Now about that Sakhalin 2 project...

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