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Hungary's Orban says EU summit should not discuss oil sanctions next week

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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban wrote to the President of the European Council. Orban said it was unlikely a solution could be found by next week's summit of EU leaders. Hungary was not in a position to agree to the proposed EU sanctions until all outstanding issues are resolved.
1 month ago·Budapest, Hungary

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Hungary's Orban says EU summit should not discuss oil sanctions next week

BUDAPEST - The EU's proposed new sanctions including an oil embargo against Russia should not be discussed at next week's summit of EU leaders, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban wrote to the President of the European Council in a letter. In the letter, dated May 23rd and obtained by Reuters, Orban said it was unlikely a solution could be found by then, and that Hungary was not in a

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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Al Jazeera

Hungary’s Orban says EU summit should not discuss oil embargo

Hungary unable to agree to the proposed EU sanctions until all outstanding issues resolved, PM says in a letter.

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Political Wire

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1 month ago·New York, United States
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No Russia oil embargo discussion at EU summit, says Hungary's Orbán

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EU Observer

[Ticker] Orbán refuses to discuss Russia oil embargo at EU summit

Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán has ruled out discussing the EU's proposed oil embargo of Russia at next week's summit of leaders. In a letter seen by the Financial times addressed to the European Council's president, Charles Michel, he said his cou...

1 month ago·Brussel, Belgium
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