Budapest, apparently, will reconsider the issue of relations with Moscow in the future. This may become possible due to changing geopolitical realities.
This statement was made by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. The information appeared in the Bloomberg publication.
Orban says that after the end of the conflict in Ukraine, it is necessary to restore relations between Russia and Europe, but this prospect is far from reality. Hungary will have to think about how to establish interaction with Russia in the next 10-15 years. Gazeta.ru talks about it.
However, Orban assured that Hungary is interested in maintaining ties and contacts with Russia, especially because official Budapest is “energy dependent” on Moscow.
Earlier it became known that the success of Russian leader Vladimir Putin in the conflict with Ukraine seriously worries American leaders. Former US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul spoke about it.
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