Ukraine’s allies debate squeeze extra from frozen Russian belongings | EUROtoday

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BRUSSELS — The European Union has taken a small step towards its pledge to “make Russia pay” for the struggle in Ukraine, formally agreeing Tuesday to make use of windfall earnings from frozen Russian belongings to get Kyiv about $3 billion extra this yr.

But with Ukraine in deep trouble and questions on U.S. funding looming, there’s already a contemporary push to unlock far more of the almost $300 billion seized in 2022 — and shortly.