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Kremlin accuses West of having ‘essentially stolen’ gold, forex reserves via sanctions

By Reuters
29 October 2022   |   5:27 pm
Russia on Monday accused Western countries of having "essentially stolen" its gold and foreign exchange reserves via sanctions.

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