Showing posts with label confiscation. Show all posts
Showing posts with label confiscation. Show all posts

Friday, February 10, 2023

Kosovo Push to Confiscate Unjustified Assets Raises Concerns

Kosovo’s parliament on Thursday adopted a law on the establishment of the Bureau for Verification and Confiscation of Unjustified Assets, taking a major step towards fulfilling one of the ruling Vetevendosje Movement’s election campaign promises.

Friday, January 27, 2023

Switzerland Has No Legal Grounds For Transferring Frozen Russian Assets To Kiev - Ministry

Switzerland respects human rights and currently has no legal grounds for transferring frozen Russian assets to Ukraine, Swiss Secretary of State Livia Leu said on Friday.

Japan Freezes Assets Of 22 Russian Individuals, 3 Companies - Foreign Ministry

 Tokyo on Friday froze the assets of 22 Russian individuals and 3 companies against the background of Russia's special military operation in Ukraine, according to a statement on the Japanese Foreign Ministry's website.

Thursday, January 5, 2023

Germany’s seizing Russian assets may force other nations to ignore law, speaker warns

The planned seizure of Russian funds and property by Germany for their subsequent transfer to Ukraine may lure other countries into ignoring international law, State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin said on Thursday.

Sunday, May 29, 2022

EU Leaders To Discuss Confiscation Of Russias Frozen Assets At Brussels Summit- Source

The leaders of the European Union will discuss possible confiscation of assets that are frozen under the sanctions against Russia during the summit in Brussels on May 30-31, a high-ranking EU source told reporters on Sunday.

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Cuba, US discuss economic compensations

Cuba and the United States met Thursday in Havana to discuss mutual economic compensations, concerning American assets seized during the Cuban revolution and for the damage caused by the U.S. embargo on the island.

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Denmark confiscates thousands of euros from migrants

Danish police announced Thursday they confiscated cash worth nearly 11,000 euros from migrants under a controversial law allowing authorities to seize valuables from people trying to obtain asylum in the country.

Saturday, May 21, 2016

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

La ley de las joyas: Dinamarca confiscará objetos por valor superior a 1.300 euros a los refugiados

El Parlamento danés ha aprobado este martes por 81 votos a favor y 27 en contra un proyecto de ley que incluye polémicas medidas como confiscar dinero y objetos de valor a los refugiados para costear su estancia y limitar la reagrupación familiar.

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