Japan to impose ban on exportation to Moscow

Amid Russia Ukraine war, the Japanese government has decided to stop all the exportation of hi-tech electronic equipment like computers, 3D printers and other electrons.

It’s been more than 2 months since Russia invaded Ukraine and war took place. Thousands of people, animals have lost their lives in this war.

Russia – Ukraine war

During the war, many people left their houses and stayed in stations. Some also tried to escape from Ukraine with their families and friends to keep themselves alive and safe.

Different weapons like missiles, war planes, cluster bombs and many other deadliest weapons were been used during invasion.

Companies who left Russia


After such disasters continued, many companies like McDonald’s, Burger King, Starbucks, Netflix, Disney, Master card, PayPal, Coca – Cola and the list goes on of the worldwide companies who stopped their business in Russia.

Among which, even Japan has imposed a ban on the export of any hi-tech goods like quantum computers, 3D printers, and electron microscopes.

The list includes equipment like aviation security, telecommunication equipment, military products and many more.

The Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry announced this ban on Friday however it will come into force from 20th May, 2022.

Japan has already been against the Russia-Ukraine war from the start whereas Tokyo has foisted several restrictions on Russia during attack in neighbouring areas of Ukraine.

Japan has also decided to freeze all the assets of various banks.




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