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EU could give Ukraine €3 billion in profit from frozen Russian assets by July, FT says

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The European Commission aims to give Ukraine between €2 billion and €3 billion from profits generated by frozen Russian assets as early as July, the Financial Times reported, citing unnamed officials.

The plan, which would need the approval of European Union member states, could be proposed before a summit of EU leaders next week, the officials said.

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