Tuesday, September 27, 2022
HomeGeorgia & USAThe European Union is divided over Russia's disconnection from the global banking...

The European Union is divided over Russia’s disconnection from the global banking network after the invasion

NEWNow you can listen to Fox News articles!

The European Union is unlikely to cut Russia off from the global banking system SWIFT, and member states are divided over the decision.

Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on Thursday local time. World leaders and diplomats have widely condemned the attack and vowed to retaliate.

UPDATES IN THE PRESS BETWEEN: UKRAINIAN PRESS. WARNS RUSSIANS TO CAPTURE CHERNOBYL WORKS: “WAR AGAINST ALL EUROPE”

Foreign Ministers of the Baltic States and Poland want to include measure in the next series of sanctions against Russia other than Germany, Italy, Hungary and Cyprus be careful – for now.

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said in 2019, that any action against SWIFT “will actually be a declaration of war”.

The SWIFT network, which allows banks to send and receive remittances, is located in Belgium and controlled by the central banks of the United States, Japan and Europe, which means that any decision to disconnect Russia from SWIFT requires the consent of all parties.

CLICK HERE TO SAVE FOX NEWS

This is an evolving story. Stay tuned.



Reported by Source link

RELATED ARTICLES
- Advertisment -

Most Popular

The European Union is divided over Russia’s disconnection from the global banking network after the invasion

NEWNow you can listen to Fox News articles!

The European Union is unlikely to cut Russia off from the global banking system SWIFT, and member states are divided over the decision.

Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on Thursday local time. World leaders and diplomats have widely condemned the attack and vowed to retaliate.

UPDATES IN THE PRESS BETWEEN: UKRAINIAN PRESS. WARNS RUSSIANS TO CAPTURE CHERNOBYL WORKS: “WAR AGAINST ALL EUROPE”

Foreign Ministers of the Baltic States and Poland want to include measure in the next series of sanctions against Russia other than Germany, Italy, Hungary and Cyprus be careful – for now.

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said in 2019, that any action against SWIFT “will actually be a declaration of war”.

The SWIFT network, which allows banks to send and receive remittances, is located in Belgium and controlled by the central banks of the United States, Japan and Europe, which means that any decision to disconnect Russia from SWIFT requires the consent of all parties.

CLICK HERE TO SAVE FOX NEWS

This is an evolving story. Stay tuned.



Reported by Source link

RELATED ARTICLES
- Advertisment -

Most Popular