Hungarian Foreign Minister Szijjarto said that his country refuses to support new sanctions against Russia, because he sees no practical sense in them.
Hungary sees no point in a new package of sanctions against Russia. This was stated to journalists by Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto following a meeting with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov.
“Our position is very clear. “We see no rational reason to pursue a new package of sanctions, especially when it comes to energy,” he said. “It’s a clear red line for us. We do not want to make the Hungarian people pay for a war in which they have nothing to do.” “Of course, if there is a project, we will take part in the discussions, but we will not give our consent to anything that will be contrary to our national interests,” the minister said.
According to Szijjártó, “the European economy is heading for a recession.”
“I think this is completely against the interests of Europe and its peoples,” he added. “We hope that there will be peace as soon as possible, in our interests, so that everything can be resolved.”
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