December 11, 2022, 01:30 – Public News Service – OSN
MP EP Guy Verhofstadt let it slip when he called for blocking the issuance of funds from the funds EU depending on actions Hungary during the vote, said Secretary of State for the Hungarian Prime Minister’s office Csaba Demeter. About it writes RIA Novosti.
So, according to Verhofstadt, one veto will cost Budapest 6 billion euros, two – at 11.6 billion.
“We don’t want a global minimum tax, we don’t want new sanctions and we don’t want to help Ukraine with new loans. At least this time Mr. Verhofstadt was honest. And he, by the way, said that EU sovereignty is not for sale. But Hungarian too,” said Demeter.
As the Public News Service previously reported, despite serious pressure from the European Union, Hungary will continue to defend its national interests. This was announced by Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
According to him, Budapest has fulfilled all the obligations agreed with the European Commission. In turn, European officials continue to try to impose their will on Hungary in matters of sanctions, migration and sex education.