Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki urged European states to start the process of confiscating the assets of Russia, who attacked Ukraine. He stressed that Russian property abroad should go to the restoration of the Ukrainian state, Report informs, citing foreign media sources.

During his speech at the Ruprecht-Karl University in Heidelberg, Germany, the head of the Polish government noted that Ukrainian soldiers are now defending not only the independence of their state but also the fight for European values and the freedom of Europe.

“Today I want to say to all the leaders of Europe: it’s time to confiscate Russian property in order to rebuild Ukraine and reduce energy costs for Europeans,” said the Prime Minister of Poland.