January 4, 2023, 23:11 – Public News Service – OSN

Chapter Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu said that Tallinn intends to develop a mechanism for the transfer of frozen assets to Ukraine RF. This is reported by the Postimes newspaper.

“We discussed this with the government and decided that in parallel we would start creating a legal structure that would allow the use of this money,” the newspaper quotes him as saying.

Reinsalu noted that Estonia’s decision would set a precedent in the history of international law.

Earlier, Taavi Laasika, a spokesman for the Estonian law enforcement agency, said that Tallinn had no data on the preparation of a second wave of partial mobilization in Russia.

According to him, even if the second wave of mobilization in Russia begins, the Estonian authorities will not ease the existing restrictions on the entry of Russian men into the country.

The likelihood of continued partial mobilization still remains, Laasik noted, so Tallinn will prepare for such a scenario. More about it read in material Public news service.