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Bloomberg: The EU is considering the possibility of sending the frozen assets of Russian businessmen to the restoration of Ukraine

Bloomberg: The EU is considering the possibility of sending the frozen assets of Russian businessmen to the restoration of Ukraine

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The European Union is considering the possibility of using the frozen assets of the largest Russian entrepreneurs to finance work to restore Ukraine’s infrastructure. This is reported by Bloomberg, citing its own sources.

According to the agency, this idea is at a very early stage of development, and a decision on it should be taken by the EU member states.

On the eve it became known that the European Union for the first time in its history paid for the supply of weapons to the country during the conflict. The EU transferred 300 million euros of concessional loans to Ukraine as the second tranche of macro-financial assistance. The first tranche of credit assistance in the same amount was made on March 11.

The European Commission has allocated macro-financial assistance to Ukraine for this year in the amount of 1.2 billion euros.

On February 24, the Russian Federation launched a special operation to protect the LDNR, which was preceded by the recognition of the independence of the people’s republics by Moscow. President Vladimir Putin said that “circumstances require Russia to act decisively” and that it will not allow Kyiv to acquire nuclear weapons. Following this, Western countries began to impose the most severe anti-Russian sanctions.

Source: Rosbalt

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