The national Japanese newspaper The Asahi Shimbun reports that Japanese IT companies have focused on finding specialists for their projects among Ukrainian workers. The main goal is to help Ukrainians and support the state in times of war.

Earlier, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported that the Ukrainian IT company CHI Software opened an office in Japan.

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