December 17, 2022, 15:28 – Public News Service – OSN

Now in European history, one era is replacing another, as the leaders of the European Union (EU) set out to separate the economy Russia from the European economy. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban announced this, TASS writes.

During his last speech, the head of the Hungarian government stressed that from now on there will be no more cheap imports of Russian energy resources to the eurozone countries. According to him, the situation in Europe was not as clear as it is now.

“There is a war going on in our region, a serious energy crisis has broken out, which is not only a price crisis, but also a supply crisis,” Orban said. He also admitted that no action plan has yet been developed, so that the eurozone has plunged into a strategic vacuum.

As previously reported by the Public News Service, the Hungarian leadership advocated introduction Ukraine to the European Union. However, Balazs Orban, adviser to the country’s prime minister on political issues, noted that Budapest does not want to lose ties with Russia.