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The G7 countries will allocate 50 billion dollars to Kyiv at the expense of Russian assets


The 50th G7 summit will open on June 13 in Apulia, Italy. During the meeting, the leaders of the G7 countries will discuss, among other issues, Ukraine's support in the war against Russia, energy and economic security, migration issues, relations with China, as well as military operations in the Middle East. French newspaper Le Monde reports, citing the representative of the French president. is that before the meeting, the G7 countries agreed to allocate 50 billion dollars to Ukraine using frozen Russian assets. The leaders of the "Big Seven", writes Le Monde, planned to use the 325 billion dollars profit from the frozen Russian assets as a pledge to Kiev. to provide a loan. Ukraine will soon receive 50 billion dollars from its allies, and the loan will be repaid from the interests transferred to it from the assets of the Russian Central Bank, which have been frozen in Western countries. The newspaper claims that the initiative was initially presented by the representatives of the USA.