1. EU must come to consensus now to unblock revenues from frozen Russian assets to aid Ukraine - EU's Borrell

    About 90% of the revenues from frozen Russian assets will be directed to the European Peace Fund to supply weapons and military equipment to Ukraine, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs & Security Policy, Josep Borrell, said on May 28. The EU needs to come to a consensus to
  2. EU envoys agree to use profits from frozen Russian assets for Ukraine

    By: Julia Payne BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Ambassadors from European Union countries agreed on Wednesday to use windfall profits from Russian central bank assets frozen in the EU for Ukraine's defence, the Belgian government said. Ministers still need to approve the legal text that will
  3. Netherlands allocates 2.5 billion euros for Ukraine in 2024

    By Nate Ostiller The Dutch government has earmarked 2.5 billion euros ($2.7 billion) in funding for Ukraine, Foreign Minister Hanke Bruins Slot said on Dec. 5 during a visit to Kyiv, where she met with her Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kuleba. "Your fight is our fight. You
  4. EU preparing measures to suppress Russia's ability to produce missiles and drones

    By Economichna Pravda The 12th EU sanctions package, which is being prepared, includes an important element – the measures aimed at suppressing the ability of the Russian Federation to produce missiles and drones. Source: Dmytro Kuleba, Ukraine’s Foreign Minister, at a joint brief
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  6. Bipartisan legislation introduced in the U.S. Senate to use Russian frozen assets for assistance to Ukraine

    “It will cost hundreds of billions of dollars to rebuild Ukraine’s economy after its people beat back Russia’s murderous and brutal invasion; it only makes sense that Putin’s Russian regime should foot that bill,” said U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. U.S. Senators Jim Risch (R-Id
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  8. Swiss bank freezes some accounts of Russian, Belarusian clients - The Kyiv Independent

    One of the largest Swiss banks, Julius Bär, began freezing the investment accounts of its Russian and Belarusian clients at the request of the central securities depository Euroclear, Forbes Russia reported. Euroclear, a Belgium-based financial company that provides depository ser