Hungary: Viktor Orban pledges to keep relations with Russia
26 February 2023 | 7:50 am
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said cutting off relations with Russia would not be in the country's national interest. Hungary is heavily reliant on Russia for its energy needs.
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