Ucraina, “Uniti per sanzioni più efficaci agli oligarchi russi”18 Marzo 2022
Di seguito il comunicato congiunto dei ministri dei Paesi G7, con Ue e Australia, dopo la prima riunione della task force internazionale REPO (Russian Elites, Proxies and Oligarchs). Per l’Italia, hanno partecipato i ministri Cartabia e Franco.
Giovedì 17 marzo 2022, la ministra della Giustizia, Marta Cartabia, ha avuto una conversazione telefonica con il suo omologo ucraino Denys Maliuska.
Washington – Following the launch meeting of the Russian Elites, Proxies, and Oligarchs (REPO) Task Force, the members from participating countries released the following joint statement
“We, the undersigned Finance, Justice, Home Affairs, and Trade Ministers and European Commissioners, jointly commit to prioritizing our resources and working together to take all available legal steps to find, restrain, freeze, seize, and, where appropriate, confiscate or forfeit the assets of those individuals and entities that have been sanctioned in connection with Russia’s premeditated, unjust, and unprovoked invasion of Ukraine and the continuing aggression of the Russian regime.
“Russia’s latest invasion of Ukraine represents a further assault on the fundamental norms and laws, including the UN charter, that underpin the international order. By working together to hunt down the assets of key Russian elites and proxies and to act against their enablers and facilitators, we take a further step to isolate them from the international financial system and impose consequences for their actions, and we encourage other countries to also take up this critical effort.
“The Task Force that we have launched today demonstrates our unwavering support for Ukraine and our collective resolve and joint commitment to holding accountable those who have complicity in Russia’s unjust war. We are determined to deny them the ability to hide and benefit from their assets in all jurisdictions and to undermine the integrity of the international financial system.”
Dan Tehan MP, Minister for Trade Tourism and Investment, Australia
Chrystia Freeland, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Canada
Didier Reynders, Commissioner for Justice, European Commission
Mairead McGuinness, Commissioner for financial services, financial stability and Capital Markets Union, European Commission
Bruno Le Maire, Minister for Economy, Finance and Recovery, France
Eric Dupond-Moretti, Minister of Justice, France
Christian Lindner, Federal Minister of Finance, Germany
Robert Habeck, Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Action, Germany
Marta Cartabia, Minister of Justice, Italy
Daniele Franco, Minister of Economy and Finance, Italy
NINOYU Satoshi, Chairperson of the National Public Safety Commission, Japan
FURUKAWA Yoshihisa, Minister of Justice, Japan
SUZUKI Shunichi, Minister of Finance and Minister of State for Financial Services, Japan
Priti Patel MP, Secretary of State for the Home Department, United Kingdom
Rishi Sunak MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer, United Kingdom
Janet L. Yellen, Secretary of the Treasury, United States
Merrick B. Garland, Attorney General, United States