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Foreign Min: We Will Not Support Sanctions On Russian O&G

HUNGARY

Speaking in Ankara alongside his Turkish counterpart, Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó states that the Hungarian gov't will not support the imposition of EU sanctions against Russian oil and gas.

  • Livestream: https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1ZkJzbdmjMqJv
  • EU officials have previously talked up the prospect of sanctions on the import of Russian hydrocarbons, most notably oil.
  • Any Hungarian efforts to block or veto such action risks a further deterioration in relations between Budapest and Brussels. PM Viktor Orban already facing criticism for not providing Ukraine with weaponry/allowing it to travel across the Hungaro-Ukrainian border.
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Speaking in Ankara alongside his Turkish counterpart, Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó states that the Hungarian gov't will not support the imposition of EU sanctions against Russian oil and gas.

  • Livestream: https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1ZkJzbdmjMqJv
  • EU officials have previously talked up the prospect of sanctions on the import of Russian hydrocarbons, most notably oil.
  • Any Hungarian efforts to block or veto such action risks a further deterioration in relations between Budapest and Brussels. PM Viktor Orban already facing criticism for not providing Ukraine with weaponry/allowing it to travel across the Hungaro-Ukrainian border.