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Hungary’s Russia oil embargo exception ‘detrimental to security of Europe’: Polish deputy FM

By France24
05 June 2022   |   4:08 pm
In the week that EU leaders agreed on a sixth round of sanctions against Russia, Polish Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Pawel Jablonski speaks to FRANCE 24 about the effect he hopes the measures will have on the Russian economy, his disappointment at the Hungarian government's stance regarding sanctions and the latest developments in Poland's rule of law dispute with the European Commission.

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