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Justice Minister Sees No Risk of EU Cutting Funding

HUNGARY
  • Foreign Minister Szijjarto yesterday claimed it would be best to dismiss the 8th planned package of sanctions against Russia, with Europe already suffering under the weight of sanctions.
  • The EU are yet to formally cut any funds due to Hungary, and there is little danger of them doing so as a result of the weekend’s decision, which has now opened up “intensive, constructive and progressive talks” with the EC, according to the Justice Minister.
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  • Foreign Minister Szijjarto yesterday claimed it would be best to dismiss the 8th planned package of sanctions against Russia, with Europe already suffering under the weight of sanctions.
  • The EU are yet to formally cut any funds due to Hungary, and there is little danger of them doing so as a result of the weekend’s decision, which has now opened up “intensive, constructive and progressive talks” with the EC, according to the Justice Minister.