The National Business Daily reported on May 10 that Japanese Foreign Ministry published a list of sanctions, announcing asset freezes and other sanctions against eight Russian citizens and 133 residents from Luhansk and Donetsk, as well as sanctions related to export bans and other measures against 71 designated Russian groups, including scientific institutes and shipyards.
On May 9 the U.S. imposed visa restrictions on 2,600 Russian and Belarusian officials and sanctions on Russian bank executives, including 27 executives of Gazprombank. And the UK announced new sanctions worth £1.7 billion on trade with Russia, including a significant increase in tariffs on £1.4 billion worth of Russian imports and a ban on exports to the country worth £250 million a year.
This follows the latest sanctions against Russia by the U.S. and the U.K. Japan also followed the latest sanctions against Russia by the U.S. and the U.K. In addition, the Japanese Foreign Ministry announced on the 10th that Japan implemented measures such as a ban on exports of high-tech products to Russia.