Once the blockage is lifted, Hungary could receive some of the money the European Union had previously frozen for Budapest due to concerns that rule of law principles were being violated in the republic. This was reported by Reuters referring to European officials.
European officials say last year’s judicial reforms have contributed to the independence of the country’s judiciary.
“Now this will probably happen… And this will lead to the release of a certain amount of money, provided that everything finally works out,” the source said.
Peter Szijjártó, formerly Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Relations statedIt was stated that the country refused to support the EU’s proposal to include measures that would endanger the energy security of European countries in the 12th sanctions package against Russia. He emphasized that Hungary would not accept sanctions against the nuclear industry because this would threaten the security of its energy supply.
November 27, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban spent Meeting with European Council President Charles Michel, where he discussed preparations for the EU summit to be held in Brussels on 14-15 December.
Previously heads of the Russian and Hungarian Foreign Ministries discussed The situation in Ukraine.
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