The US Department of Justice intends to transfer to Ukraine all the assets seized from the Russians

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The US Department of Justice intends to transfer to Ukraine all the assets seized from the Russians
The US Department of Justice intends to transfer to Ukraine all the assets seized from the Russians
30 June, 10:46In the world
The United States Department of Justice hopes that Congress will allow all assets confiscated in Russia and Russians to be sent to the needs of Ukraine, said Deputy Minister Lisa Monaco (pictured).

“We're looking to get to these assets, whether they're in the form of luxury yachts, bank accounts, commodities, aircraft, or whatever. Nothing is ruled out", - Monaco said.

She clarified that the question of the seizure and sale of assets would then follow for the further transfer of funds to “people who are in need, and these are the people of Ukraine”.

Back in April, Washington came up with the idea of helping Ukraine at the expense of Russia. Then the US House of Representatives approved a bill allowing the blocked Russian assets to be directed to aid programs for Ukraine, including its restoration.

The day before, an international group for blocking Russian assets announced that over a hundred days of work, more than $ 30 billion belonging to the Russians were blocked. During the G7 summit in Madrid, the leaders of the participating countries indicated that they intended to direct the frozen Russian money to the needs of Kiev.

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