China News Service, May 26. According to Reuters, on the 25th local time, EU Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders said that as of now, the assets of the Russian central bank frozen by EU countries are about 23 billion euros.

  According to reports, Reenders said that EU countries have also frozen some physical assets such as yachts and villas related to Russian tycoons or Kremlin officials.

  Not long ago, European Commission President von der Leyen said that the EU is studying how to use the frozen assets of Russian tycoons to provide funds for the reconstruction of Ukraine.