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EU foreign policy chief says support 'strong but not unanimous' for using profits from frozen Russian assets for Ukraine military

EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell at a recent trip to a Moldovan military museum. (EU Photo)

Support among European Union member states for using the profits generated from frozen Russian assets to support Ukraine's fight against Russia is "strong" but not unanimous, the EU's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said.

Speaking after a meeting with the EU Foreign Affairs Council, Borrell told reporters that most council members support using the profit generated from some $300 million in Russian assets frozen by Western nations for weapons for Ukraine.

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