Hungary vows not to support sanctions against Gazprom and Rosatom
Hungarian Foreign Minister Szijjártó warned of difficulties for Europe without Russian gas Hungary will not support sanctions against any companies providing energy supplies, Szijjártó stressed. The adoption of new sanctions, the introduction of which was announced by the EU, requires the consent of all members of the union, including Budapest .jpg 673w” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
Hungary will not agree to be included in the sanctions lists of companies that provide energy supplies, said in an interview with RIA Novosti Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto.
«We will never agree with the inclusion of Rosatom» or “Gazprom” to the sanctions list. And we will never agree to the imposition of sanctions against any enterprise that is important to us in terms of energy supplies,”” he pointed out.
The Minister explained that, for example, in the case of restrictions on Rosatom the project of the nuclear power plant “Paks-2” will be under threat; in Hungary. The country is not ready to agree to this.
The day before, on September 23, RIA Novosti notes, Szijjarto appreciated cooperation with Gazprom. saying that it was “going on in a very honest manner” and expressed his hope that the partnership would continue according to the contract.
Szijjarto noted that Hungary will not be able to “handle the winter” without Russian gas supplies. “Now we can, because we have enough gas, but a number of other European countries cannot survive the winter without Russian gas. However, I do not know what the Western European countries themselves think about this, — he added.
Against the backdrop of holding referendums on the “liberated” territories and announcements of partial mobilization in the EU started talking about the development of a new package of sanctions. The head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, indicated that the restrictions would be introduced “as soon as possible in coordination” with EU partners. He clarified that we are talking about personal and sectoral sanctions.
Read on RBC Pro Pro “Demon rides” and a minimum of publicity: how Keanu Reeves lives Articles Pro Fix Price increased revenue and canceled dividends. Should I buy shares Pro Predictions How to build processes in the IT department: choosing the right methodology Articles Pro Melatonin: should I take it at night? Articles Pro 90 days before the shutdown of foreign cybersecurity systems. What to do Pro Instructions Victims of Doomscrolling: How to Stop Employees from Reading Scary NewsAccording to The Financial Times, the new package will include a cap on Russian oil prices and restrictions on information technology and cybersecurity. There are also proposals in the EU to disconnect more Russian banks from the international SWIFT system and ban diamond imports, the publication claims. no rational reason to chase after a new package of sanctions, especially when it comes to energy.” He indicated that Budapest would take part in the discussion of new restrictions, but would not approve those that would be contrary to the “national interest”; Hungary.
The head of the Hungarian Foreign Ministry also said that so far the EU is not discussing the lifting of sanctions against Moscow, RIA Novosti writes. At the same time, Prime Minister Viktor Orban pointed out that the lifting of restrictions could help restore the European economy.
President Vladimir Putin said that the West tried to “crush the Russian economy” with sanctions, but this “failed”, and those who imposed restrictions started having problems.
Authors Tags Subscribe to RuTube RBC Live broadcasts, videos and recordings of programs on our RuTube channel