The US Department of Justice announced plans to transfer part of the frozen funds of the Russian Central Bank to Ukraine

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The US Department of Justice announced plans to transfer part of the frozen funds of the Russian Central Bank to Ukraine

The United States intends to soon begin transferring part of the frozen funds of the Russian Central Bank to Ukraine. This was stated by the US Department of Justice.

The so-called working group "on the identification and arrest of Russian assets subject to US restrictions" has been working in the United States for quite a long time. It reports to the US Department of Justice and is led by a certain Andrew Adams. This same Adams today, January 19, made a statement that the Department of Justice is preparing to transfer to Ukraine part of the Russian assets frozen in the United States. He did not give any other details about the amount in question.



In the future, we also aim to start the transfer of confiscated assets in favor of Ukraine. I want to emphasize that this is a relatively new development.

- he said.

The fact that the Russian funds frozen by the West in the amount of 300 billion dollars is planned to be transferred "for the restoration of Ukraine" has been stated more than once. This proposal was made by almost all high-ranking Western politicians with anti-Russian views, in general, the entire top of the European Union. All this is being served under the guise that Russia allegedly has to pay "compensation for the attack" to Ukraine, and since it does not intend to do this, the West has taken upon itself the obligation to withdraw these funds from Russia. According to available data, we are talking about 311 billion dollars of the Central Bank and 19 billion Russian businessmen who fell under sanctions.

Russia called the actions of the West a theft, introducing mirror measures for a comparable amount of Western capital, prohibiting their withdrawal from Russia. As previously warned in Moscow, in the event of the seizure of Russian assets, the West will lose the same amount. It is worth noting that initially the United States opposed this initiative proposed by the European Union, but in December last year, the US Senate approved an amendment allowing the transfer of assets stolen from Russia to Ukraine.
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    1. +10
      January 19 2023
      The US Department of Justice announced plans to transfer part of the frozen funds of the Russian Central Bank to Ukraine
      recourse It's probably time to inform the United States about plans to freeze US funds and transfer them to the DPRK ..... request
      1. +6
        January 19 2023
        freeze US funds and transfer them to the DPRK.

        the problem is that we have practically none in the US as such. There are private companies, and we seem to respect private property.
        Therefore, the question arises: when will Nabiullina be sent to the uranium mines, since the death penalty is a moratorium?
        1. +7
          January 19 2023
          It is strange that so far Russia has not yet initiated sanctions against Europe and the United States .... Nobody just came to the podium and suggested - Let's impose sanctions for Germany today, for example, because they do not want to introduce Russian as a second language state. And don't care how they take it. Simple and inadequate. Nobody!!! You can always find a reason. But we are only catching up in response. No initiative. And they should go to bed there and take a sedative half a liter, God forbid Russia gets up and comes up with sanctions. hi
        2. +2
          January 19 2023
          Quote: MBRBS
          freeze US funds and transfer them to the DPRK.

          the problem is that we have practically none in the US as such. There are private companies, and we seem to respect private property.
          Therefore, the question arises: when will Nabiullina be sent to the uranium mines, since the death penalty is a moratorium?

          Well, how much El will cut that uranium ore? Probably better to determine the catering department. And in general, does it make sense? Here Khazin recently issued information that the West would have credited these 300 lards long ago if it could understand the intricacies of their movements. They say out of 300 lards, mattresses and co., they cannot find as many as 200. In this situation, it may turn out that Elya does not need a term in the mines, but a letter of honor to write out.
          Well, as part of our declared intentions to transfer Russian babos to banderlogs, we just need to make a statement about the calculation and determination of the cost of square kilometers of Ukrainian land, as well as that everything that will be mattresses "paid" from Russian money, will be included in Russia and issued as a purchase. Perhaps even with the addition of Baltic non-states. winked
          1. 0
            January 20 2023
            This appendage in the form of Estonian Livonia, etc. has already been purchased once. We just need to restore historical justice.
        3. +3
          January 19 2023
          well, you should add Siluanov to your list at least)) I remember he was asked a couple of years ago a question about such a development of events, to which he made a stupid face and said that "this cannot be, it turns out to be a robbery"))))
          1. 0
            January 20 2023
            made a stupid face

            Has he done, or is he, although he occupies a high position?!
            It seems to me the second, if he could not calculate such a development, or deliberately did not want to calculate ...
        4. 0
          January 20 2023
          Quote: MBRBS
          since the death penalty is moratorated?

          This stupidity was done when our Sverdlovsk Drunkard ran into the OSCE. Entered at their request.
          Now they kicked us out of there and yesterday I heard out of the corner of my ear that we were sort of officially, on paper, going to send them to the address.
          And given how many supporters of the full or partial return of the death penalty we have, I would not speak so optimistically about uranium mines. Everything can be...

          At least, her current term, which VVP gave her already AFTER this theft and which she is now serving, in fact, did not deserve to sit in an easy chair at all. Even if I had sat quietly, I would not have done anything else.
      2. -1
        January 19 2023
        the United States has no assets, they are debtors for 31,5 billion dollars .... but they have not yet found our assets for 100 billion, about 98 billion. They could somehow tie them to Russia (according to them recognition). Our very competently scattered funds and just take and withdraw everything will not work. Another thing - what the hell do we need these assets with, for which we can buy little and bring here?
        1. +4
          January 19 2023
          Quote: Fisherman
          the United States has no assets, they are debtors of 31,5 billion dollars ....
          "Small" fix...
          US debt 31,5 trillion $ bully
          hi
        2. +1
          January 20 2023
          Well, it's a completely different matter that they will steal 98, and not 300 billion, right? Only you are unlikely to be happy that, for example, 98 thousand will be stolen from you, and the fact that not 300 thousand was stolen from you will not calm you down.
      3. +1
        January 20 2023
        Perhaps it's time to inform the United States about plans to freeze US funds and transfer them to the DPRK ....

        Give it to the Koreans? from what "coo-coo"? Can you imagine what funds of foreign companies are frozen in the Russian Federation? For example, one of the largest (not counting the state of the Russian Federation) shareholders of Rosneft - BP RUSSIAN INVESTMENTS LIMITED - is small Britons, if someone does not understand. And so on almost all supposedly "our" most profitable companies. So if "foreign partners" steal OUR 300 lards, it is necessary to stupidly in response NATIONALIZE the property of all companies of unfriendly countries, which, according to my estimates, will block these 300 lards. And wangyu: precisely out of fear of losing very significant shares in property on the territory of the Russian Federation, foreign countries will not dare to pocket our money. So stop crying, Nabiullina and Siluanov do not d_u_r_n_e_e you, dear members of the forum.
    2. +1
      January 19 2023
      How many muddy moments the US has in terms of holding other people's money. German gold they refused to show, arrest of Russian reserves. 2 cases in a fairly short period of time (the third Iran, but it seems to have been quite a long time ago) is already a clear hint of some kind of function. I wonder if no one in the world was worried about such alignments? The same Germany at least.
      1. +3
        January 19 2023
        Why should Germany, an ally of the United States, be worried about this? Even if the Russian Federation, an enemy of the states, this does not bother
        1. +1
          January 19 2023
          Why should the Russian Federation worry? Her money has already been seized in the States: there is nothing more to worry about.
          1. -1
            January 19 2023
            Quote: Plate
            Why should the Russian Federation worry? Her money has already been seized in the States: there is nothing more to worry about.

            The bottom line is that it was our money that was arrested, namely the FNB, i.e. folk, the top is not worried about their own, they hid well, otherwise there would be no "red lines" and other "blizzards".
          2. +1
            January 19 2023
            Quote: Plate
            Why should the Russian Federation worry? Her money has already been seized in the States: there is nothing more to worry about.

            Agree! How much can you whine about 300 billion? We just lost money, and the West lost the same 300 billion, but only in working assets in the territory of the Russian Federation - someone mastered this money, took risks, hoped for profit. So, not everything is so bad!

            And then, if there weren’t these 300 billion, there wouldn’t be that spectacle that goes on for 11 months in a row. We paid in Russian, on a grand scale, and now in Russian, on a grand scale, we are walking. We are not Jews, who are here through one on the forum to endlessly "saw sawdust."
            1. 0
              January 19 2023
              Quote: Damir Zakirov
              We just lost money, and the West lost the same 300 billion

              No, not lost. As far as I understand, the Russian Federation acted here symmetrically to the West. So far, he has not withdrawn these 300 billion, but simply forbade them to be withdrawn. It's the same here. Assets are not seized: it is simply forbidden to withdraw them.
              1. 0
                January 19 2023
                Quote: Plate
                Quote: Damir Zakirov
                We just lost money, and the West lost the same 300 billion

                No, not lost. As far as I understand, the Russian Federation acted here symmetrically to the West. So far, he has not withdrawn these 300 billion, but simply forbade them to be withdrawn. It's the same here. Assets are not seized: it is simply forbidden to withdraw them.

                In fact, no one will return them to us, but we will not return them to anyone either. So, the exchange will be double-edged.
                By the way, what about the "bell"? I never showed up.
                1. +5
                  January 19 2023
                  I have no idea what is happening with the bell, I myself wait, hope and believe. Someone here wrote that it is supposedly the source of some kind of vulnerability in the site architecture. I don’t know how this can be, and if it can, then I don’t know who cares: obviously no one stores personal data here.
                  Is it possible to create a petition demanding the return of the bell? Look, there are petitions for the continuation of the animated series, for example. There will be a petition for a bell on VO. I wonder how many will sign?
                  1. +3
                    January 19 2023
                    Quote: Plate
                    I have no idea what the bell is, I myself wait, hope and believe. Someone here wrote that it is supposedly the source of some kind of vulnerability in the site architecture.

                    I believe, according to the old church tradition, the bell was melted down for a cannon. Times are now military and I see no other explanation soldier

                    Quote: Plate
                    Is it possible to create a petition demanding the return of the bell?

                    You can get banned for petitioning! Maybe a petition is better, they say, we beat the whole forum with our foreheads?
                    I will support.
      2. 0
        January 20 2023
        the first was Charles de Gaulle, who wanted to return his gold, for which he received the orange revolution. And Stalin was also poisoned by the Americans, otherwise the dollar would not be the world currency. This is the bloody American democracy.
    3. +3
      January 19 2023
      I think they will not be handed over to Ukraine, but they will be taken away for themselves. Well, they didn’t give and give weapons and other things for free hi
      1. +3
        January 19 2023
        Most likely, the assets will be used to cover the cost of arming Ukraine. So the Ukrainians are unlikely to get anything. The Americans and Europeans, knowing the insolvency of the Ukrainians and the fact that they have nowhere to get these funds, plus the loans need to be repaid. So they will take all the money for themselves.
    4. +9
      January 19 2023
      I read Strelkov more precisely Roman Donetsk about the new Rammstein and the massacre scheduled for April. Need to do something!
      The more Russia will attack and run in response to the supply of armored vehicles and artillery in a huge number of Kuev, the more likely it is to drain the SVO
      1. +4
        January 19 2023
        Quote from: FPEDDI_KPYGEP
        I read Strelkov more precisely Roman Donetsk about the new Rammstein and the massacre scheduled for April. Need to do something!
        The more Russia will attack and run in response to the supply of armored vehicles and artillery in a huge number of Kuev, the more likely it is to drain the SVO

        The April scenario is tough, but likely. How to prevent it? Only a dumb person does not talk about the need to stop rail traffic, but, with maniacal persistence, our authorities do not do this. Moreover, the trade turnover of the Russian Federation with the enemy over the past year amounted to 1,5 green yards! belay It's time to choke the fifth column, before it comes to trouble ... Get up again, huge country? While the golden and silver-plated youth will go crazy over the hill?! am
        1. +3
          January 19 2023
          No matter how much they say about "stop railway traffic", it is unrealistic to do this with airborne strikes.
          Of the possible options
          1) The offensive from Brest along the Kovel-Lutsk-Lvov-Uzhgorod line. It is not necessary to take Lviv, you can take control of the territory to the west of Lviv.
          For such an offensive and holding the current territories, we most likely do not have enough forces.
          2) Cutting along the line Korosten-Berdichev-Vinnitsa-PMR.
          As in the first option, a significant number of forces are needed for such an offensive. In addition, the allied forces of the RF Armed Forces will be under crossfire between the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the center and in the west of Ukraine, until those in the center begin to starve of shells without the supply of weapons from the West.
          3) Cutting off the entire Left Bank along the Dnieper.
          The left bank connects two dozen automobile and railway bridges or so. Even the destruction of some of these bridges will significantly complicate the logistics of the transfer of forces and equipment of the Armed Forces of Ukraine to the left bank of the Dnieper.
          The Donetsk and Kharkiv groups of the Armed Forces of Ukraine without supplies from the West and constant replenishment of mobilized Ukrainians will be ground in a few months.

          Of all the options, the 3rd seems to me the most realistic, given the current strength of the RF Armed Forces taking part in the NWO. I'm hoping for a hit like this. But from the way the NMD is going, it looks more and more that there are no such plans for the near future and the Russian leadership wants to reach the + - borders of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions (that’s why the frontal attacks), and then start negotiations.
    5. 0
      January 19 2023
      The money is not Russia, but the EdRo party.
      Maybe now EdRa will start to get to the firebrands?
    6. +5
      January 19 2023
      Frankly, this is a robbery. It is a pity that the current government does not have eggs, for good it is necessary to announce that for the seizure of our assets, there will be a break in diplomatic relations. Only fools can trade and deal with thieves.
      1. -4
        January 19 2023
        Severing diplomatic relations? Oh well. This will only plunge Russia into greater isolation from the rest of the world, which will only please the Americans. If Russia wants to remain integrated into the world economy, it will remain, and no one will throw it out of there, no matter how hard they try to push in the White House. Do you propose to take this task and make it easier for them, taking on its entire implementation?
        1. +7
          January 19 2023
          what is Russia embedded in? in what world economy? it's you when you supply them with oil and gas, and even leave the income from this sale there (which they now grabbed) is called TO BE BUILT INTO THE WORLD ECONOMY???

          it used to be called a colonial regime, when the metropolis took away what it needed from the colonies, and slipped beads in return ... and here some don’t even need beads, they have enough stamp about inclusion in the "world economy" ...
          1. 0
            January 19 2023
            Quote: Nikolay310
            and here even some don’t need beads, they need a stamp about inclusion in the "world economy"

            Well, I personally need service in a digital equipment store, which is entirely imported. It will be unpleasant to come to hand over a broken sample under warranty, and in response to hear that deliveries have been stopped due to “we don’t trade with thieves”, they can’t give a new one, but I can go to hell. Beads in the form of new processors, video cards and memory cards are not bad beads, as for me. Yes, and other electronics with hardware and software. Oh yes, and drones, thermal imagers, walkie-talkies that volunteers send to the NWO.
            Well, the last thing is fine, you can also steal, for this you do not need to trade.
            They write a lot about the problems of our element base, but, despite them, our military-industrial complex plows and issues new equipment. What do you think the missing elements are doing somewhere in the secret factories? Or, nevertheless, purchases take place?
            Quote: Nikolay310
            in what world economy?

            In one in which they trade. What, you want to say Russia does not sell anything and does not buy anything?
            1. +3
              January 19 2023
              Russia does not sell anything and does not buy anything?

              Many things. But here, as they say, not everyone knows what an MRI is.
              1. -1
                January 19 2023
                Quote from stelltok
                Many things.

                Well, that's what I'm trying to explain to the gentleman above.
                Quote from stelltok
                But here, as they say, not everyone knows what an MRI is.

                Honestly, I don’t want there to be a need to learn in practice what MRI is. But a good note.
                1. 0
                  January 20 2023
                  I don’t want to have to learn in practice what MRI is

                  The comrade meant MRI - the International Division of Labor ...
                  1. 0
                    January 20 2023
                    Quote: Ilnur
                    The comrade meant MRI - the International Division of Labor ...

                    As they say... whoops! wassat Well, each to the extent of his depravity.
              2. +1
                January 20 2023
                Not everyone knows what an MRI is.

                In general, although MRI exists, Russia should not be included to the same extent that there is nothing of its own, except for natural resources. In the 90s, therefore, they destroyed our production facilities so that we could supply them with resources, while setting the price ourselves, and be dependent on their goods - that's the whole MRT in the western ... So we are reaping the benefits of entering the country into the MRI ...
                1. 0
                  January 20 2023
                  Quote: Ilnur
                  that there is nothing of its own, except for natural resources.

                  Advanced weapons, nuclear reactors, nuclear fuel, fertilizers, melted down metals, agricultural products, software and digital services (Kaspersky, Mile ru). Yes, and Russia also clearly did not fit into ITER for natural resources. I wonder, by the way, were we discharged from there or not?
                  Yes, natural resources make up the bulk of Russian exports, but they are not alone. No need to make such categorical statements as in the highlighted quote.
            2. 0
              January 20 2023
              I personally need service at a digital technology store

              This is how attitude is defined, your "hataskrayism" ...
              Many people need a lot of things - this is not a reason to go to surrender to the enemy, "for beads" ...
              1. 0
                January 20 2023
                Quote: Ilnur
                Many need a lot - this is not a reason to go to surrender to the enemy

                Does trading with someone on market terms mean giving up for you? That is, do you regularly give yourself up to a cashier, cashier or self-service checkout when you take bread in a store?
        2. +3
          January 20 2023
          embedded in the world economy

          With such an integration into the world economy in the form of trade in oil and gas and other natural resources, without developing the production of, as you say, "new processors, video cards and memory cards", as well as aircraft, cars, light industry products and many other things, they lived up to this state that you have to buy everything abroad ...
          We do not need such "embedding in the world economy" and "beads" in the form that you have listed, we need to produce our own, and not be dependent, in which we find ourselves ...
          1. +2
            January 20 2023
            You need to produce your own. If we produced processors, good cars, electronics, and so on, then they would buy everything from us. It is not the big fault of the West that our government was not engaged in science and industry.
            1. 0
              January 20 2023
              Quote from: Derbes19
              It is not the big fault of the West that our government was not engaged in science and industry.

              Yes, already in the 60s there were more programmers in the USA than we have. The train has already left. Perhaps even before the collapse of the Union. But by the beginning of this century for sure. You can make processors that are 10 years behind the rest of the world (by the way, the same "ficuses" - they just came out 10-11 years ago - are still relevant!), But this will not be for the general consumer unambiguously. But for the military-industrial complex it will do, I think.
              You have to take the next step. Optical computers, qubits and other future. And here I am in favor of investing as much money in it as it takes to be the first or one of the first. We have smart people in the country, we have money and there is a need for such products. And here I will join your claims to the government. Where is it all?
              Actually, I saw a R&D contest, where, among others, there was the subject of optical computers, but this is just a contest.
          2. 0
            January 20 2023
            Quote: Ilnur
            We do not need such "embedding in the world economy" and "beads" in the form that you have listed, we need to produce our own, and not be dependent, in which we find ourselves ...

            This product will be completely uncompetitive. Vaughn, Elbrus are trying to do. And what, can it compare in performance with at least custom Intel Cores and AMD Ryzens? No, he can not. Because the industry has been there for almost half a century, and we blew it. By the way, we did this even before we began to actively participate in the international division of labor :)
            Yes, for some Poseidons and T-14s, Elbrus or Baikal will probably be enough. And I do not argue, in such a case it would be nice to have your own components. But for me, as an ordinary user, I don’t need these Elbrus and Baikals, because they are expensive (due to small production volumes) and the result is doubtful. And about domestic video cards on domestic video chips (yes, at least on imported ones), I didn’t hear anything at all.
            And there is nothing to chase after these processors. Everywhere they write about the approaching end of silicon. Here it is necessary to try to get on a new train. This one was missed - there is nothing to regret and even more so to try to catch up.
    7. +5
      January 19 2023
      And Russia must return these funds by incorporating Ukraine into Russia. I don’t know how to get money out of ov otherwise.
    8. +9
      January 19 2023
      in the event of the seizure of Russian assets, the West will lose the same amount.
      That's right. An eye for an eye.
      1. +1
        January 19 2023
        I wonder how the West will lose the same amount?
        P.S. 300 billion lost and no need to remember them
    9. +11
      January 19 2023
      Warm greetings to the oligarchic lads. You can kiss and hug Siluyanov and Nabiullina. Just don’t make my slippers laugh and don’t say that they did it disinterestedly. Have the Americans already awarded them?
      1. 0
        January 19 2023
        Quote: Old Fuck
        Just don’t make my slippers laugh and don’t say that they did it disinterestedly. Have the Americans already awarded them?

        Did the Politburo and the Central Committee of the CPSU disinterestedly surrender the USSR? Or for the loot?
        Much more than 300 billion of values ​​floated away during the collapse of the USSR ..
        Only for God's sake - it is not necessary that MSG did everything alone, ....
    10. +6
      January 19 2023
      For 300 of our lards, we will fight for a very long time, and it’s not a fact that with a victory
    11. +6
      January 19 2023
      In the future, we also aim to start the transfer of confiscated assets in favor of Ukraine. I want to emphasize that this is a relatively new development.

      ... Isn't it time, my friends, for us to take a swing at William, you understand, m-m, our Shakespeare? ...
      I heard that GAZ reports to the US Treasury, and a number of Siberian hydropower facilities are controlled by it ...
      So isn't it time to carry out nationalization in the country, throwing foreign partners overboard, along with "our" oligarchs?! am I think the population of Russia will not mind ...
      1. +1
        January 19 2023
        There is such a cantor EN +, which lays aluminum eggs. There is the possibility of deprivatization. Someone transferred a controlling stake, leaving the sanctions.
    12. +12
      January 19 2023
      They took money from our pensioners and now our soldiers will be killed on them. You can’t say anything about our ingenious "multi-move", a manager from God
    13. -2
      January 19 2023
      Interestingly, out of the $381 billion of Russia's external debt, how much do we owe the US and the EU? lol Debts can not be repaid, let them try to take them away. A fun skirmish awaits, but we are for sho!
    14. +5
      January 19 2023
      Ordinary pyramid, type MMM. Only the "overseas Mavrodi" has created the most frostbitten, cool-bodied gang on the planet, and is protecting small gangs. Competitors do not hesitate to wet, and now he decided to crush the entire area for himself. The space police will not arrive, and order in the area will have to be established by the police.
    15. -1
      January 19 2023
      This will not release them from obligations to Russia, and they themselves will have to share with Ukraine.
    16. 0
      January 19 2023
      The US Department of Justice announced plans to transfer part of the frozen funds of the Russian Central Bank to Ukraine
      They started such a high-profile business too early ... it was necessary to save it closer to our elections in order to loudly click on the nose of our top ....
      Although, how things will go in skakuasia, in a year.
    17. +3
      January 19 2023
      And in December, investments of the Russian Federation in US securities amounted to 2 billion US dollars? Or is there a mistake in the news of the economic bloc?
      Now the Central Bank of the Russian Federation is not investing in the same pockets, of which 300 billion US dollars have become frozen and about which the entire "demo world" writes that it is necessary to take away and give to Ukraine.
    18. 0
      January 19 2023
      Hardly.

      Does not catch up with most of the main nuance.

      Money is nothing. The gas they paid for has already been burned and is gone. And as long as the money is frozen, everyone is fine.

      If this money is transferred to someone, then in exchange for them you will have to give real goods and resources. And no one wants this anymore.
      1. -1
        January 19 2023
        Even for candy wrappers, shiny things, they bought anything from the Papuans that had real material value.
        Shaw, the Papuans have died out in the world? No one to buy something valuable for empty green papers ??? Double benefit, even when you change your papers at a discount, especially once already sort of spent.
      2. 0
        January 19 2023
        Quote: Sancho_SP
        The gas they paid for has already been burned and is gone.

        There is a lot of gas that needs to be burned to maintain the existence of modern Mankind. And the dead end is close, but the locomotive does not slow down - material resources are needed, and virtual "money" has become unusable.
    19. +2
      January 19 2023
      For such profits, Ukraine can fight with us for 6-7 years, without straining at all. "In the long run", you say, are we playing? How is it with Nabiullina - "we will increase pensions, we will increase inflation"? Well, now there will certainly be no inflation. Will one of the rulers say something or again "we were deceived"? Maybe they mixed up the kindergarten with the Kremlin, you dear ones?
    20. +3
      January 19 2023
      I'm more interested in the question of what our people will do in response. Or just say KU?
      Do we have something to take away, or are these just words to calm people down?
    21. -2
      January 19 2023
      Quote: arnulla
      Why should Germany, an ally of the United States, be worried about this? Even if the Russian Federation, an enemy of the states, this does not bother

      An ally of the United States?))) A lackey, rather, to whom the United States periodically slaps.
    22. -1
      January 19 2023
      It is a pity that the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation, the Central Bank of the Russian Federation and the State Duma of the Russian Federation, together with the Federation Council of the Russian Federation, continue to invest free funds in US securities even in December 2022.
      Freezing $300 billion of Russian assets is just the beginning...
      Now we will save billions in US Securities! And then our Central Bank will be the largest holder of rolls of securities. Also?
    23. 0
      January 19 2023
      Quote: isv000

      ... Isn't it time, my friends, for us to take a swing at William, you understand, m-m, our Shakespeare? ...
      I heard that GAZ reports to the US Treasury, and a number of Siberian hydropower facilities are controlled by it ...

      You have been deceived.
    24. 0
      January 19 2023
      Probably it is necessary to remember how they dealt with cheaters at all times. Otherwise it is impossible. Casino casino is a "fortune-lottery", but there must be some rules. Hard touching outspoken and arrogant crooks hi
    25. 0
      January 19 2023
      Absolute unleashing of the hands of the Russian Federation. It's only complete narrow-minded people who want it that way. Smart people understand that everything will end with a banal nuclear bombing of each other hi
      1. -2
        January 19 2023
        You are mistaken, in this case priorities will be set, and priorities will be set for a reason. The Ukrainians are the first in line to receive a nuclear strike, then Poland, the Czech Republic, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, etc. From the end of the line, Great Britain, the USA, France, Germany ...
        1. +2
          January 20 2023
          By the way, in vain you are minus a person.

          Somewhere in this order and will be.
          Because if you glaze a British island, there will definitely be a minimum response from impudence.
          And if on the territory of western Ukraine, so to speak, for demonstrative purposes. That may be enough, tk. I personally do not know kamikaze countries.

          Just warn Poland and Romania that the next one will definitely be on the territory, point by point at the warehouses.
    26. -2
      January 19 2023
      Quote: Tusv
      Absolute unleashing of the hands of the Russian Federation. It's only complete narrow-minded people who want it that way. Smart people understand that everything will end with a banal nuclear bombing of each other hi


      Do the smart ones understand that several countries will erase the living people on the planet to ashes?
      And there is no one smarter, so that without a war of everyone against everyone and just “she called me a fool, so I put an icicle in her boot ... And she is the most beautiful. But a fool. ! But I like it."
    27. +1
      January 20 2023
      The United States intends to soon begin transferring part of the frozen funds of the Russian Central Bank to Ukraine. This was stated by the US Department of Justice.
      Interesting, what are we? What will be our actions, or, as always, "express concern"? Or is this time "expressing SERIOUS concern?" request
    28. +1
      January 20 2023
      Well, who would doubt that they are financing for our money, they declared terrorists for this case, now they can give de jure money for this, not to us.
    29. 0
      January 20 2023
      There are some financial postulates that not everyone knows. That's why they write everything. So:
      1. The Central Bank of the Russian Federation is separated from the state. This is a strange office that does not have the standard status of a legal entity of the state. What does it give? It is impossible to tie the money of the Central Bank to the Russian Federation. By the way, that's why they still can't legally take away. The Central Bank is very similar to the US Treasury, and they adjusted all world laws to suit themselves.
      2. What is a dollar? It's kind of an ephemeral number. If another state wants to print a domestic currency, it must buy dollar numbers FOR REAL RESOURCES (no one drives cash in echelons) and print local money for this number at its own rate. What are ours doing now? They say "... We know how much money is frozen. We, ***** that they are" frozen "... Eiiiy? They are printing rubles. About 70 billion dollars have already been printed.

      What can be done in the West? NOTHING! That is why our government forgot about 300 billion. And the West does not know what to do with them. We would lose them if it were real gold or oil. THE REAL PRODUCT, but the dialed virtual numbers ... This mine was laid under the US fillet by untying the dollar from gold ... Get it and sign it.

      All we can't do with these numbers is buy on the foreign market... But we don't buy.
    30. 0
      January 20 2023
      Does the central bank still belong to the Americans? Hey there, upstairs??!! Isn't it time for a fix? Naibulina, where are you????

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