Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is expected to announce additional sanctions against Russia in line with an agreement by the Group of Seven advanced industrialised nations.
Russia's ambassador to Denmark was informed of the decision early Tuesday, where the government also expressed a "strong condemnation of Russia's brutality against Ukrainian civilians in Bucha".
Israel's Foreign Ministry said it would host the top diplomats from UAE, Morocco and Bahrain along with Blinken on Sunday and Monday, with additional details to be provided later.
Richard Mills, the US's deputy ambassador to the UN, told a Security Council meeting on the humanitarian situation in Ukraine that the dozen had engaged in non-diplomatic activities.
The Russian foreign ministry said that its diplomats have received threats and that its embassy and consulate has been under 'repeated attacks'.
US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan on Friday said that Washington was 'continuing to reduce Kyiv Embassy footprint.'
Although Pakistan does not recognise the Taliban as the legitimate government in Kabul, it still issued visas to the appointed 'diplomats'.
India, Pakistan last week agreed to resolve issues about treatment of diplomats: VK Singh tells Rajya Sabha
Pakistan had claimed that there had been as many as 26 instances of harassment and intimidation of its diplomats since March 7, following which Islamabad called back its high commissioner.
In Washington, the State Department said there was no justification for the Russian move and that the United States "reserves the right to respond."
According to sources, the note verbale cited three specific incidents of Indian diplomats being harassed in Islamabad on Thursday.
Pakistan summons High Commissioner in India Sohail Mahmood over 'harassment' incident: Foreign Office
The Pakistan Foreign Ministry claimed that the staff and their families have been facing harassment, intimidation and outright violence from Indian state agencies in recent weeks.
Noting that the Pakistan High Commission here lodged complaints of harassment with the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), sources said that no doubt there will be an investigation.
In a rare face-to-face conversation, Castro told a U.S. diplomat that he was equally baffled, and concerned by the mysterious 'sonic attack' seemingly targeting US diplomats in Cuba.
The Trump administration still hasn't identified a culprit or a device to explain the attacks, according to interviews with more than a dozen current and former U.S. officials.
The incidents were first revealed in August when Canadian and US officials said they had launched an investigation into the cause of diplomats' sudden hearing loss, migraines, and nausea in Havana.