2024-06-14 06:18:07

G7 Support for Ukraine: Financial Aid and Sanctions Against Russia

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The G7 countries, including the UK, have pledged $50 billion in financial assistance to Ukraine, collateralizing profits from frozen Russian assets. The UK and the US have also imposed new sanctions on Russia, targeting Putin's 'shadow fleet' and suppliers to the Russian military.

Eastern Germans express skepticism towards arms deliveries to Ukraine amid the ongoing conflict. Finance Minister Christian Lindner hints at a supplementary budget allowing higher borrowing and potential exemptions from austerity measures to support the aid efforts.

The G7 plan aims to utilize over $300 billion worth of frozen Russian assets primarily in the EU to provide substantial aid to Ukraine, with detailed technical aspects to be finalized soon.

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13. Juni 2024 um 21:30

War against Ukraine ++ UK announces new aid package ++

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The UK announces a new aid package of 286 million euros for Ukraine. Eastern Germans are skeptical of arms deliveries to Ukraine. The G7 countries agree to pay 50 billion dollars to Ukraine by the end of the year.
Thế giới - VnExpress
14. Juni 2024 um 00:05

G7 Agrees to Collateralize Russian Asset Profits to Support Ukraine with $50 Billion Loan

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Leaders of the G7 countries have agreed on a plan to collateralize profits from frozen Russian assets in order to provide a $50 billion loan to support Ukraine. The plan is based on the profits generated from over $300 billion worth of Russian assets that are currently frozen, primarily in the European Union (EU). The details of the plan will be finalized in the coming weeks.
Thế giới - VnExpress
14. Juni 2024 um 00:05

G7 to Pledge Profits from Russian Assets to Support Ukraine

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Finance
Leaders of the G7 countries have agreed on a plan to pledge the profits from frozen Russian assets to provide $50 billion in financial assistance to Ukraine. The G7 plan is based on the profits generated from over $300 billion worth of Russian assets that are currently frozen, mostly in the European Union. The details of the technical aspects will be finalized in the coming weeks.
The Guardian
14. Juni 2024 um 00:39

Ukraine war briefing: Sanctions to strike at Putin’s oil ‘shadow fleet’

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The UK and the US have imposed new sanctions on Russia in response to its war in Ukraine. The UK's sanctions include targeting Putin's 'shadow fleet' of vessels used to circumvent Western restrictions on oil exports and suppliers of munitions and logistics to Russia's military. Meanwhile, the G7 has agreed to provide $50 billion in aid to Ukraine, backed by frozen Russian state assets.
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