Bloomberg reports that the new bill is aimed at seizing the funds of citizens of the aggressor country and using them to contribute to the reconstruction of Ukraine. The European Commission will not dispose of the assets, they will be transferred to Kyiv. Bloomberg is talking about assets that have already been sanctioned. But now, by law, the European Commission has simply frozen assets. In case of a positive decision, all of them will be handed over to the Ukrainian government.
European politicians are also discussing the possibility of introducing "secondary" sanctions. The list may include restrictions against individuals and legal entities from other countries that continue to work with the Russian Federation despite the sanctions.
Earlier, the president of Ukraine asked Europe to consider the possibility of a "warning strike" — the introduction of more powerful sanctions. The European Union probably responded to Zelenskyy's request.