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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced a series of new economic sanctions against Russia during the G7 summit.

The latest round of sanctions aims to increase pressure on Russia for its military actions against Ukraine and human rights violations.

A total of 70 sanctions will be imposed on entities and individuals complicit in these actions.

However, there are concerns among leaders that these sanctions may not be sufficient.

There is a growing pressure on leaders to prevent sanction evasion, particularly to halt Russia from channeling money and selling oil through other countries.

Against the backdrop of Hiroshima, where the summit is taking place, leaders paid tribute to the victims of the atomic bomb and condemned Russian threats of nuclear weapon use.

Prime Minister Trudeau held meetings with various leaders, including the Japanese Prime Minister representing Hiroshima in the legislature.

The city serves as a stark reminder of the devastating consequences of nuclear weapons.

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