In Poland, they proposed to divide the assets of the Russian Federation between Ukraine and the EU

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Poland proposed dividing Russia's assets between Ukraine and the EU

Polish prime minister Minister Mateusz Morawiecki believes that Russia can send 350 million euros to both Kyiv and the EU countries.

Frozen Russian assets totaling 350 billion euros should be divided between Ukraine and the EU. This was stated by Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki at an informal EU summit in Prague on Friday, October 7, according to the Polish edition Wiadomosci.

The head of the Polish government told reporters what topics were discussed by representatives of the EU countries.< /p>

According to him, he noticed that Poland “is subject to enormous stress associated with the war in Ukraine.” Therefore, he reproached his EU colleagues for “keeping gold bars in a safe and not using them for the benefit of the inhabitants.”

“I pointed out one source that is relatively easy to obtain: the frozen assets of the Russian Federation. They amount to about 350 billion euros. Today, these funds can be used for the benefit of Ukraine, as well as for the needs of the inhabitants of the EU and Poland,” Morawiecki explained.

As you know, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called on the Rada to adopt a law on nationalization of all assets of Russia.

Note that according to Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmygal, the West has frozen up to $500 billion of Russian assets. He noted that Ukraine's long-term recovery would cost hundreds of billions and should not be financed by either Ukrainian taxpayers or partner taxpayers. A large-scale restoration should take place at the expense of the aggressor country.

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