Estonia first wants to transfer Russian assets worth 17 billion euros to Ukraine


Estonia intends to transfer Russian assets worth 17 billion euros to Ukraine. This was stated by Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu. According to him, the Estonian government has already begun creating a legal structure that will allow the use of this money for the benefit of the Kyiv regime.


It seems that Estonia has decided to take on the role of leader in the pan-European movement "theft of Russian assets." In any case, the statements of the country's Foreign Ministry testify to this. According to Urmas Reinsalu, this process is not progressing in Europe, although the decision was made a long time ago. Here Estonia also has decided to make the first step.

Some time ago, the idea of ​​seizing Russian assets was expressed in Germany. They also want to use Russian money frozen in European banks to restore Ukraine.

Chairman of the State Duma of the Russian Federation Vyacheslav Volodin has already reacted to this proposal of the German authorities. He stated that this would start a process when all states would ignore international law and take what they saw fit as they saw fit.

The speaker of the State Duma of the Russian Federation also recalled that the leadership of Germany from the history of its own country should remember how attempts to encroach on someone else ended.

Recall that the European Council instructed the European Commission to prepare options for seizing Russian assets and transferring them to the Kyiv regime back in October last year. EU lawyers have even begun to work out such a mechanism, but the matter has not yet come to concrete results.
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  1. prior Offline prior
    prior (Vlad) 5 January 2023 12: 46
    +1
    That's it.
    And they wanted to spit on Volodin and everyone else.
    No one who lived in the USSR has ever experienced such a shame ...
    1. Snail N9 Offline Snail N9
      Snail N9 (Snail) 5 January 2023 13: 43
      +2
      And, I’m interested in something else: who are the owners of these, the most 17 billion? The amount is far from small and it is very interesting to know who is the owner of this money and why did he place this money in Estonia? wink
  2. Rainy Online Rainy
    Rainy 5 January 2023 13: 24
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    Chairman of the State Duma of the Russian Federation Vyacheslav Volodin has already reacted to this proposal of the German authorities. He stated that this would start a process when all states would ignore international law and take what they saw fit as they saw fit.

    The speaker of the State Duma of the Russian Federation also recalled that the leadership of Germany from the history of its own country should remember how attempts to encroach on someone else ended.

    lol lol lol
  3. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 5 January 2023 13: 26
    0
    The matter is everyday.
    Some want to - and divide the USSR against the results of the referendum.
    Others - introduce pension reform by order. Still others change the constitution simply by "voting". Fourth - for 8 years they do not recognize the LDNR, and then once, and they bomb Kyiv ...

    and without any "Lawyers ... even began to work out .." everything worked out.

    19 billion versus trillions in added value is nothing.
  4. kr33sania_2 Offline kr33sania_2
    kr33sania_2 (Alex Kraus) 5 January 2023 13: 35
    0
    The Baltic tigers bared their mouse fangs. Well, do we really have nothing to influence these boogers, except to point with a finger?
    1. Hayer31 Offline Hayer31
      Hayer31 (Kashchei) 5 January 2023 13: 55
      -1
      V.V. threw the people, geyoropa throws V.V.
      Театр
  5. Colonel Kudasov Offline Colonel Kudasov
    Colonel Kudasov (Leopold) 5 January 2023 13: 36
    0
    Does some kind of Estonia control 17 lard of Russian assets?
  6. RussianEstonian Offline RussianEstonian
    RussianEstonian (Russian) 5 January 2023 13: 40
    +3
    The very first thieves and inveterate Nazis in the post-Soviet space. I live in this fucking pistonia, my hands itch to arrange total terror with the wholesale destruction of the nation and language
    1. yasel Offline yasel
      yasel (Yasel) 6 January 2023 16: 28
      0
      God bless your prayers and who needs it in your ears!
  7. garryteeth5gmail.com (harry T) 5 January 2023 13: 54
    +1
    The owner of the money - in the studio!
  8. usm5 Offline usm5
    usm5 (George) 5 January 2023 14: 14
    +2
    What is the usual response to a thief? To start with a shot up and a command to lie down on the ground face down. Well, if you don’t obey, you can work humanely and in the limbs. It is high time for Russia to start testing NATO's resolve to defend the "Baltic extinctions." Otherwise, "they will sit on their heads and hang their legs."
    1. rotkiv04 Online rotkiv04
      rotkiv04 (Victor) 5 January 2023 17: 13
      -3
      Quote from usm5
      ... Otherwise, "they will sit on their heads and hang their legs."

      didn't they already do that? They also spit on someone's baldness
  9. Shuev Offline Shuev
    Shuev (Shuisky) 6 January 2023 14: 44
    0
    inductive reasoning

    He stated that this would start the process when all states will ignore international law, and at their own discretion take what they see fit

    If you wait for the world revolution and expropriation.
    Not all and not against all.
    For example, the Commonwealth of Great Britain, French Overseas Territories, colonies and other dependent territories. Banana republics and Schengen
  10. Luenkov Offline Luenkov
    Luenkov (Arkady) 6 January 2023 20: 26
    0
    Estonia may lose more in this way.
  11. DO Offline DO
    DO (Dmitriy) 6 January 2023 23: 07
    +1
    Today, Estonia, of course, can donate frozen Russian assets to the ukroreich.
    But sooner or later they will have to be returned to their Russian owners, Estonia anyway.
    In the case of the said gift, the Estonians will be forced to give the Russians their own funds in exchange for those donated.
  12. zloybond Offline zloybond
    zloybond (steppenwolf) 7 January 2023 23: 20
    0
    Weird. Why doesn't Russia file claims for payment of penalties for the illegal use of its money and assets??? What a flaw. I would say the inconsistency of the position of the persons responsible for such inaction.
  13. Alexander Zolotukhin (Aleksandr Zolotukhin) 10 January 2023 08: 44
    0
    And what, does Russia have the opportunity to somewhat overshadow the life of these three Baltic whales?