Japanese diplomat detained in Russia for “providing limited information for distributio

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Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) detained Japan’s consul general in Vladivostok, Motoki Tatsunori, for “providing limited information for distribution”.

“Japan’s consul in Vladivostok, Motoki Tatsunori, was detained while providing for money limited information about Russia’s cooperation with an Asia-Pacific country and the impact of Western sanctions policy on the economic situation in the Primorskiy region,” the FSB said in a statement.

The Russian side reportedly sent a note of protest to the Japanese Embassy in Moscow over the incident, adding that Tatsunori was declared a “persona non grata” for “activities outside his diplomatic status.”

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