Germany has frozen Russian assets worth more than 5.2 billion euros

For the reconstruction of Ukraine, the European Commission has developed legally acceptable options for the use of Russian assets, both private and state-owned.

The German Ministry of Finance has announced that Russian assets worth over 5.2 billion euros are frozen in the country over the Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine.

Currently, within the territory of the European Union, the assets of Russian individuals and legal entities under EU sanctions are frozen, amounting to approximately 24.1 billion euros.
“As an aggressor state, Russia is obligated under international law to provide reparations to Ukraine,” stated Vice-President of the European Commission Valdis Dombrovskis in an interview with Handelsblatt newspaper.

Source: ntv

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