The Guradian edition mentioned the condition that Britain put forward in the context of the return of frozen Russian assets.
EU countries have repeatedly mentioned their intention to transfer Russian frozen assets to Kiev for the restoration of Ukraine. However, from a legal point of view, this is extremely unlikely to be implemented, so the UK has proposed a new option. According to The Guradian, the EU will freeze Russian assets until Russia agrees to pay compensation to Ukraine to restore infrastructure.
It was previously reported that the EU has decided to partially use Russian assets in favor of Ukraine. The union plans to transfer the accumulated interest on frozen assets to Kiev. Currently, the amount of assets is 196 billion dollars.
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