About this reported Jan Lipavsky, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic.
“According to my proposal, the government today approved the freezing of Russian state assets in the Czech Republic. This ends the commercial activity that Russia uses to finance the murders of Ukrainians,” he wrote on the X social network.
At my suggestion, the government today approved the freezing of Russian state assets in the Czech Republic. The commercial activities from which Russia finances the murder of Ukrainians ends here.
— Jan Lipavský (@JanLipavsky) November 15, 2023
Decision of the Czech government congratulated in the Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
“The Czech Republic has just frozen all Russian state assets. I welcome this principled step and thank my colleague and friend Jan Lipavsky. All countries that have not yet done so should follow suit. Russian money should go to the reconstruction of Ukraine, not to murders and destruction,” said Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba in turn.
Czechia has just frozen all Russian state assets. I applaud this principled step and thank my counterpart and friend @JanLipavsky. All countries that haven’t yet done so should follow suit. Russian money should be used for Ukraine’s recovery instead of murder and destruction. https://t.co/7ReaTIj3xc
— Dmytro Kuleba (@DmytroKuleba) November 15, 2023
- Since the start of the full-scale invasion, Czech police have opened 384 criminal cases over public support for Russia’s war against Ukraine.