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U.S. Pushes G7 To Discuss Seizing $300 Billion of Russian Assets, Russia Discusses Response

The U.S. has proposed that G7 experts work to figure out how to seize the $300 billion in Russian assets that have been frozen since the beginning of the conflict in Ukraine, Financial Times reports.

According to the newspaper’s sources, G7 finance ministers and their deputies discussed the possibility of nabbing the Russian assets.

The U.S., with support from the U.K., Japan, and Canada, wants to have a specific proposal in time for the potential meeting of the G7 leaders on Feb. 24.

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