The official spokesman for the Kremlin, Dmitry Peskov, spoke about the reasons for the Russian presidency issuing a decree that includes the seizure of foreign assets in Russia for countries that have taken hostile measures against them.
Peskov pointed out that the West is developing a regulatory framework for the transition from the interim administration to the actual confiscation of Russian assets, and pointed out that the presidential decree on the foreign management of foreign assets came in response to the aggressive measures of unfriendly countries.
He said: “This is due to the fact that the approved decree is a response to the aggressive actions of unfriendly countries, which are aimed at creating a regulatory framework for the actual confiscation of assets of Russian companies abroad. In fact, this initiative reflects the attitude of Western governments towards foreign assets of Russian companies because in a number In many countries, there is a systematic transition from interim administration to actual expropriation of assets.
Yesterday, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree to reserve foreign assets in Russia, and Russian President Vladimir Putin approved the list of foreign assets that were placed under the temporary management of the Russian Agency for Property Management, namely: 83.73% of the shares of the Russian company Unipro, owned by Unipro. German and 98% of the shares of the Russian “Fortum” owned by the Finnish company.
This article was originally published by RT.