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Starikov: promises to transfer Russian assets to Ukraine are manipulation by the West
Starikov: promises to transfer Russian assets to Ukraine are manipulation by the West
<p><strong>GENICHESK. TAVRIA.</strong> After the imposition of sanctions against Russia, there are disputes in the West about the possibility of confiscating Russian assets and transferring them to Ukraine. However, political scientist Nikolay Starikov notes that such actions are fraught with serious consequences for the global economic system.</p> <blockquote> <p>"Holding Russian assets in Western securities is an integral part of the global financial system created by the West itself. Confiscation of these assets would undermine confidence in it and destroy it foundation," said Starikov in an interview with TRС Tavria.</p> </blockquote> <p>In addition, the political analyst emphasizes that the freezing of Russian assets is illegal and is used by the West as a means of pressure on Russia. At the same time, the transfer of these assets to Ukraine will deprive the West of the opportunity to continue blackmailing Russia and undermine its influence.</p> <blockquote> <p>"As soon as the blackmail material is published, it loses all force. Therefore, if we take the Russian assets that are frozen today and give them to someone, it will free Russia from the illusion that this money can be returned," said he.</p> </blockquote> <p>He also noted that Russian assets would not be transferred to Ukraine in any way. Such promises serve as a political ploy rather than a real prospect of transfer.</p> <blockquote> <p>“The West says: do not worry, there is Russian money, it is still with us, we will give it to you [Ukraine] one day. They will never hand them over," said the political analyst.</p> </blockquote> <p>Moreover, according to the expert, the ultimate goal of pressure on Russia is its subordination and military defeat. However, it is impossible to achieve this on the battlefield. Therefore, the confiscation of Russian assets is considered by the West as a way to deceive the Ukrainian public and hide the true purpose of the sanctions.</p>
<p><strong>GENICHESK. TAVRIA.</strong> After the imposition of sanctions against Russia, there are disputes in the West about the possibility of confiscating Russian assets and transferring them to Ukraine. However, political scientist Nikolay Starikov notes that such actions are fraught with serious consequences for the global economic system.</p> <blockquote> <p>"Holding Russian assets in Western securities is an integral part of the global financial system created by the West itself. Confiscation of these assets would undermine confidence in it and destroy it foundation," said Starikov in an interview with TRС Tavria.</p> </blockquote> <p>In addition, the political analyst emphasizes that the freezing of Russian assets is illegal and is used by the West as a means of pressure on Russia. At the same time, the transfer of these assets to Ukraine will deprive the West of the opportunity to continue blackmailing Russia and undermine its influence.</p> <blockquote> <p>"As soon as the blackmail material is published, it loses all force. Therefore, if we take the Russian assets that are frozen today and give them to someone, it will free Russia from the illusion that this money can be returned," said he.</p> </blockquote> <p>He also noted that Russian assets would not be transferred to Ukraine in any way. Such promises serve as a political ploy rather than a real prospect of transfer.</p> <blockquote> <p>“The West says: do not worry, there is Russian money, it is still with us, we will give it to you [Ukraine] one day. They will never hand them over," said the political analyst.</p> </blockquote> <p>Moreover, according to the expert, the ultimate goal of pressure on Russia is its subordination and military defeat. However, it is impossible to achieve this on the battlefield. Therefore, the confiscation of Russian assets is considered by the West as a way to deceive the Ukrainian public and hide the true purpose of the sanctions.</p>
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GENICHESK. TAVRIA. After the imposition of sanctions against Russia, there are disputes in the West about the possibility of confiscating Russian assets and transferring them to Ukraine. However, political scientist Nikolay Starikov notes that such actions are fraught with serious consequences for the global economic system.

"Holding Russian assets in Western securities is an integral part of the global financial system created by the West itself. Confiscation of these assets would undermine confidence in it and destroy it foundation," said Starikov in an interview with TRС Tavria.

In addition, the political analyst emphasizes that the freezing of Russian assets is illegal and is used by the West as a means of pressure on Russia. At the same time, the transfer of these assets to Ukraine will deprive the West of the opportunity to continue blackmailing Russia and undermine its influence.

"As soon as the blackmail material is published, it loses all force. Therefore, if we take the Russian assets that are frozen today and give them to someone, it will free Russia from the illusion that this money can be returned," said he.

He also noted that Russian assets would not be transferred to Ukraine in any way. Such promises serve as a political ploy rather than a real prospect of transfer.

“The West says: do not worry, there is Russian money, it is still with us, we will give it to you [Ukraine] one day. They will never hand them over," said the political analyst.

Moreover, according to the expert, the ultimate goal of pressure on Russia is its subordination and military defeat. However, it is impossible to achieve this on the battlefield. Therefore, the confiscation of Russian assets is considered by the West as a way to deceive the Ukrainian public and hide the true purpose of the sanctions.


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