Earlier, the freezing of Russian assets was carried out by the EU and the USA.
Luxembourg has frozen Russian assets worth € 2.5 billion as part of the sanctions.
This was reported by the Ministry of Finance of Luxembourg.
“The head of the Finance Ministry, Yuriko Backes, informed the parliament about the process of implementing EU sanctions against Russia in Luxembourg. To date, operators in Luxembourg have frozen assets worth € 2.5 billion,” the ministry said in a tweet.
Earlier, the freezing of Russian assets was also carried out by the European Union and the United States.