German Foreign Office: It is legally difficult to transfer frozen assets from Russia to Ukraine
German Foreign Minister Annalena Burbock said the possibility of transferring frozen Russian assets to help Ukraine “is not an easy task.” It is reported by TASS.
Burbock made the corresponding statement during a press conference after the summit of Foreign Ministers of the G7 countries (G7). According to her, the transfer of assets is difficult to implement from a legal point of view.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba has called on the West to pass laws allowing Russian assets to be confiscated and transferred to kyiv to restore the country.
In early May, it became known that EU countries are working on the possibility of using frozen Russian assets to help kyiv. We are talking about the property and assets of sanctioned Russian businessmen who wanted to use it to finance the restoration of Ukraine.
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