The EU Commission wants to use frozen assets of the Russian Central Bank to force Russia to pay reparations after a possible end to the war against Ukraine. Officials said Wednesday that the re-release of the funds could be tied to a peace deal that includes Russian reparations. Some €300 billion in central bank reserves have already been blocked in the wake of sanctions imposed on Russia, according to the statement.
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