NATO nation sides with Putin: Hungary wants sanctions against Russia ‘reviewed’ | Ignoring EU regulations! Bulgaria signs energy cooperation with Russia!

Read Time:1 Minute, 9 Second

Hungary, a NATO member, has made a big pro-Russian demand to the bloc. Budapest wants NATO’s sanction policy against Moscow “reviewed.” The demand comes after Hungary’s government revealed a survey result showing that 97% of Hungarians reject “sanctions that cause serious damage.”

BYPASS THE BIG TECH CENSORSHIP
Get uncensored news and updates, please subscribe to our FREE newsletter!

 

Budapest says that these restrictions have failed to stop the conflict but caused a lot of economic problems for Europe. The government spokesperson pointed out that Hungary is the first EU country to poll its citizens about the Russian sanctions’ impact. In recent months, the West’s imposed sanctions on Russia have exacerbated Europe’s energy crisis, causing fuel prices and the cost of living to surge. Hungary, which is heavily dependent on Russian energy, has long been critical of the European Union’s sanctions policy against Moscow.

Turkish Energy and Natural Resources Minister Domez said on the same day that the gas purchase and sale contract between Turkey and Russia is a long-term one, in which international prices and the scale of demand are taken into account, RIA Novosti reported. Domez also noted that Russia is one of Turkey’s main gas suppliers and that about 44 percent of the country’s gas imports come from Russia.

Please support us by following our social media:
Contributor posts published on Russia Truth do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Russia Truth, and are not selected, edited or screened by Russia Truth editors.


Bypass the big tech censorship
Get uncensored news and updates, please subscribe to our FREE newsletter!





If you would like to help support us further, please consider a donation.
Any amount is greatly appreciated as it helps cover the cost of our server and web-hosting fees, and also enables to fund projects and plan for expansion.
Monthly:

(You can cancel at any time).