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EU plans to give Ukraine $4.4M of profits per year from Russian assets [Video]

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EU plans to give Ukraine $4.4M of profits per year from Russian assets

European Union leaders meet today to discuss using the profits from frozen Russian assets to arm Ukraine. The proposal would use up to 3 billion euros, or $4.4 million Cdn, per year in returns from Russian central bank assets for weapons, recovery and reconstruction in Ukraine.

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