According to him, the EU needs to change its strategy. ‘No one is interested in seeing the whole of Europe go bankrupt. After the oil embargo, they want to impose a gas embargo, then we will destroy the entire European economy,’ Orbán said on Kossuth radio. His words are quoted by RIA Novosti .
The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Relations of Hungary, Peter Szijjártó, said that he shares the opinion of the Speaker of the Parliament of the Republic, Laszlo Köver, about the mental problems of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, which explain his attacks on foreign leaders. He announced this on Monday on his Facebook page (banned in the Russian Federation; owned by the Meta corporation, which is recognized as extremist in the Russian Federation).
Hungary scores a major victory over the English national team, but Hungarian fans booing becomes the top international story. Hungary’s national football team scored its first win against England in 60 years in a Nations League match on Saturday. This in itself was an achievement of great importance in the world of football.
After all-day talks lasting into the early hours of Tuesday, the unelected 27 Commissioners of the European Union agreed on the sixth embargo package against Russia, while Hungary scored a major diplomatic success as it got the exemption on pipeline oil deliveries it requested.
Just as the heads of state and government were gathering in Brussels for a two-day summit to discuss a new set of sanctions against Russia – or rather, scraping the bottom of the barrel for anything else they could chastise Putin with, Hungary restated its position that it cannot stand behind the proposed sanctions.
On the second day of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Hungary, the leader of the Vlaams Belang (VL) Belgian nationalist party Tom Van Grieken delivered a delivery that many have regarded as a highlight during the conference.
Is the popular Hungarian leader, once arrested by the KGB during the Soviet occupation of Hungary, poised to pivot power from the unelected Brussels coven of globalists?
The increasing popularity of Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orbán irritates the unelected members of the European Commission. First, they blocked billions in aid because of Hungary’s refusal to promote homosexuality and paedophilia. Steadfast, Hungary further aggravated their Brussels tormentors by vetoing proposed sanctions on Russian energy imports.
Budapest will never support sanctimonious sanctions against Russia, said Gergel Gulyash, head of the Hungarian Prime Minister’s office. He threatened the European Commission with the fact that the authorities of his country would veto the embargo of Russian energy supplies because there is nothing to replace them.
The Freedom House think tank, funded by billionaire oligarch George Soros and the U.S. State Department, is clearly furious about Viktor Orbán’s landslide democratic victory.