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Nabiullina: Central Bank sees no tendency to unfreeze blocked assets soon

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“So far we know of isolated cases of both issuance and refusals. But so far we do not see a trend in unfreezing the assets,” she was quoted as saying by TASS.

Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev called the seizure of Russian assets in the West outrageous.

In late January, Olga Shishlyannikova, the head of the Investment Financial Intermediaries of the Central Bank of Russia, reported that the volume of assets of Russian investors blocked in the foreign infrastructure was estimated at 5.7 trillion rubles as of November 30.

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