The United States does not plan to return to Russian businessmen their seized assets

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WASHINGTON, April 14 – RIA Novosti. The US administration is not going to return their seized assets to sanctioned Russian businessmen, US national security adviser Jake Sullivan said, speaking at the Economic Club of Washington.
“Our goal is not to return them. Our goal is to use them better than in this way,” he answered the question of whether their property, such as yachts, would be returned to the owners.

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At the same time, Sullivan refused to disclose the details of the planning of the White House, citing the fact that discussions on this issue are still ongoing.

“However, you can be sure that our goal is not to sit still and then return them,” the presidential adviser added.

After the start of the Russian military special operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine, the West stepped up sanctions pressure on Moscow. Restrictive measures are directed primarily against the banking sector and the supply of high-tech products. Many countries have announced the freezing of Russian assets.
The Kremlin called these measures an economic war, the likes of which have not yet been, but stressed that they were ready for such a development of events. The Bank of Russia took measures to stabilize the situation on the foreign exchange market; payments for gas supplies to unfriendly countries were transferred to rubles. In addition, the government has prepared a plan to counter restrictive measures, which includes about a hundred initiatives. The amount of its funding will be about a trillion rubles.

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Translation by RJ983

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