The details of a bilateral document laying out support measures Japan will provide to Ukraine have been revealed, Report informs referring to NHK.

Sources say the Japanese government is planning to sign the document with Ukraine on the sidelines of next week’s Group of Seven summit.

Arrangements are reportedly underway for Prime Minister Kishida Fumio and President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to hold talks and sign the document on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Italy from June 13.

NHK has learned that the document is set to say that Japan will continue to provide security and defense aid to Ukraine within the framework of the country’s Constitution.

Measures will include provision of non-lethal equipment and supplies, treatment of injured Ukrainian soldiers and cooperation in the field of intelligence.

As for reconstruction, the document is expected to say that Japan will provide support in removing landmines, improving the humanitarian situation for women and children and rebuilding their lives, and developing the agricultural sector.