The head of state also reported on the ongoing work to seize more than 900 objects belonging to the Russian state. The corresponding decree was approved by the Ukrainian government the day before
On August 5, Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal announced that the government had approved a decree on the transfer of 903 objects belonging to Russia to Ukraine and the Ukrainian people. According to him, all the property that the Ukrainian authorities intend to confiscate is divided into three categories:
- property owned by the Russian state;
- assets owned by sanctioned citizens and companies from Russia;
- assets of Russian banks.
“Proposed confiscation 903 objects belonging specifically to the Russian state. 79 items— these are corporate rights, 824 items— property»,— he explained.
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Earlier, the director of the Bureau of Economic Security of Ukraine, Vadim Melnyk, reported that the assets of Russia and Belarus in the amount of UAH 30 billion (about $1 billion) were arrested in the country.
Russia has been conducting a military operation in Ukraine since February 24. President Vladimir Putin called its goals the protection of the population of Donbass “from genocide”, “demilitarization” and “denazification of the country.” Ukraine severed diplomatic relations with Russia and introduced martial law.
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