The seizure of Russian assets for Ukraine hits a roadblock

“The devastation in Ukraine caused by the Russian war has led leaders around the world to demand the seizure of more than $ 300 billion of Russian central bank assets and the handing over of funds to Ukraine to help rebuild the country,” the New York Times relationships.

“But the movement, which has gained momentum in parts of Europe, has met with resistance in the United States. Top officials in the Biden administration have warned that hijacking those funds could be illegal and discourage other countries from relying on the United States as a haven for investment. “

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