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Japan's stance on Hong Kong praised by other G7 nations - Suga

Reuters Monday, 8 June 2020
Japan was among the first nations to express its concern about China imposing a new security law, and its stance has been praised by other Group of Seven nations, chief cabinet secretary Yoshihide Suga said on Monday.
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