It can be captured and delivered to Ukraine


– There are very few, explains times, to learn of Russian interest in Seacox Heath. According to an investigation by the newspaper, the castle – located in the countryside around Tunbridge Wells on the border of Kent and East Sussex – could be added to a list of 18 Russian state properties in the UK that could be seized and sold. To Ukraine.


– In recent days, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss – tipped in the UK as a possible successor to the resigned Boris Johnson – said she was considering freezing Russian assets in the country and donating them to victims of the war in Ukraine. As reported times, most of these properties – with a total value of around £100 million – are located in the Highgate neighborhood of north London. The area is frequented by Russian diplomats and oligarchs.

Russian assets

– Revenge properties include Wittenhurst, the second largest house in London after Buckingham Palace. Its owner is Andrey Guryev, a billionaire sanctioned by the British government. Moscow owns a luxury condominium in Kensington and three homes in Holland Park. And, according to timesAlso Seacox Heath.

A (more) legal battle

– Kiev is also considering legal action to get 18 properties under the lens of the British government. According to times, Vadym Prystaiko, the Ukrainian ambassador to Britain, wants to take Russia to court for judges to force Moscow to sell its assets on British soil and share the profits. Not only that: he urged all Ukrainian embassies around the world to do the same. Apart from the war already going on in the field, this could be the beginning of a war of stamped papers.

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