Xinhua News Agency, Moscow, March 25 (Reporter Huadi) Russia's central bank said in a statement on the 25th that in response to Western countries freezing some of its reserves, Russia has also taken measures of reciprocal amount to limit the flow of funds "unfriendly" "Country and Territory.
The Russian Central Bank's statement was reported by the Russian Satellite News Agency and other media on the 25th.
The Russian Satellite News Agency reported on the same day that the Russian Ministry of Finance estimated that as part of the sanctions imposed on Russia due to the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, Western countries have frozen about 300 billion US dollars of Russia's gold and foreign exchange reserves.
Reuters also reported the same day.
The report said that in response to Western countries freezing Russia's gold and foreign exchange reserves, Russia's central bank has adopted "tit-for-tat" capital flow restrictions in the past month.
Reuters reported that citing data from the Russian Ministry of Finance in early March, Russia’s gold and foreign exchange reserves were about $640 billion, of which $300 billion was frozen by Western sanctions.Keywords: