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U.S. and Europe Eye Russian Assets to Aid Ukraine as Funding Dries Up

U.S. and Europe Eye Russian Assets to Aid Ukraine as Funding Dries Up

Despite legal reservations, policymakers are weighing the consequences of using $300 billion in Russian assets to help Kyiv’s war effort.

David E. Sanger and 

The Biden administration is quietly signaling new support for seizing more than $300 billion in Russian central bank assets stashed in Western nations, and has begun urgent discussions with allies about using the funds to aid Ukraine’s war effort at a moment when financial support is waning, according to senior American and European officials.

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