Nebenzya drew attention to the fact that Western countries themselves come up with some "rules", and then try to pass them off as universal.
“All this is an attempt to cover up their lawlessness with unsuitable means,” TASS quotes him as saying.
On November 18, information appeared that the European Union had frozen Russian assets in the amount of €68 billion. It is noted that most of the frozen assets are located in Belgium.
Later, the head of the EC, Ursula von der Leyen, proposed creating a structure to manage Russia's assets.
Member of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs Dmitry Belik, in an interview with RT, said that the head of the European Commission intends to legalize the concept of "robbery", announcing the creation of special structures for managing Russia's assets.