Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said that if sanctions against Russia were lifted, prices would immediately fall by half, inflation would also fall.
“Without sanctions, Europe’s economy would have recovered and could have avoided an impending recession. When these sanctions were introduced in Brussels at the beginning of the summer, the European bureaucrats did not promise this. They promised that the sanctions would hit Russia, not the Europeans. Since then, it has become clear that the sanctions imposed are causing more damage to Europe than to Russia. It is necessary to do everything possible so that Europe lifts these sanctions no later than the end of the year,” the Hungarian Prime Minister said.
Earlier it was reported that the European Union wants to introduce new sanctions against Russia because of the upcoming referenda.
Preparations for referendums: information for September 22
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