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Ukrainian PM thanks Polish counterpart for support over seized Russian assets

24.05.2022 20:00
Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has thanked Poland's Mateusz Morawiecki for his support for a project to finance the rebuilding of Ukraine using seized Russian assets.
Mateusz Morawiecki

Shmyhal said via his Twitter account earlier this week that he was grateful to the Polish prime minister "for supporting the idea of ​​funding Ukraine's recovery by foreign states and companies."

He added that "it would be fair for states to transfer the seized Russian assets and for companies to share a part of extra profits earned unwittingly due to conjuncture of world markets."

Poland's Morawiecki had lent his support to the initiative to fund the rebuilding of Ukraine from confiscated Russian assets after Moscow's invasion, Polish state news agency PAP reported.

In an interview published on Sunday by Italy's La Repubblica newspaper, Morawiecki said that frozen Russian assets should be confiscated.

Morawiecki went on, as quoted by the PAP news agency: "We cannot go back to 'business as usual' after war crimes. If we return this money to Russia, then sooner or later it will be used to finance further criminal campaigns. Russia must pay for what it has done to Ukraine, and Russian funds should be earmarked for one purpose only: the rebuilding of a devastated Ukraine."


Sources: PAP, Twitter