Europe ‘bleeding dry’ over sanctions against Russia – Hungarian PM
After the European Union adopted the 8e package of sanctions against Russia, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has again called on EU countries to reconsider the misguided sanctions policy, saying that “sanctions have not met expectations….
The EU is slowly bleeding out and Russia is making good money in the meantime. It is clear that the flawed Brussels sanctions policy must be changed!”
▪️”Hungary had previously won an exemption from the oil embargo, and we also achieved that the new sanctions do not apply to nuclear energy or gas supplies to Hungary, but the anti-Russian sanctions have driven up energy prices, and this also affects Hungary, the prices are almost unaffordable,” Orban stressed.