Sanctions against Russia in general and the Urals in particular
The legal service of the European Union has actually confirmed that no one knows where 86% of the “frozen” assets of the Central Bank of Russia are located. Information about this is contained in a document prepared for EU leaders.
“The legal service of the European Union has actually confirmed that no one knows where 86% of the “frozen” assets of the Central Bank of Russia, the total amount of which it estimates at $258 billion, are located. Of this amount, no more than $36.4 billion has been located so far. Bloomberg reported this on Thursday, citing a document prepared for EU leaders for a summit with the participation of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky,” TASS reports from Brussels.
In order to transfer Russian assets to Ukraine, you must first find them, the legal service notes. To do this, she recommends that the EU summit oblige European banks to urgently transfer all information about the frozen funds of the Russian Federation to the European Commission.
URA.RU wrote that, according to the statement of the head of the European Council, Russian assets frozen in Europe will be spent on restoring Ukraine. The West froze the assets of the Central Bank with the start of a special operation.