Japan's Abe, UK's Cameron push Russia over Ukraine
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his British counterpart David Cameron urged Russia to help solve the crisis in Ukraine.
Cameron and Abe -- in Britain for a two-day visit -- held talks at the British premier's Downing Street office.
The Group of Seven rich countries have committed to imposing new sanctions on Russia and their leaders are meeting without G8 member Russia in Brussels in June.
Japan this week denied visas to 23 Russian nationals as part of the sanctions, as the European Union and United States ramped up their own measures against Russia.