The Hungarian government might create a ruble-based reserve currency –
Fidesz vice-president Antal Rogán visited Moscow on February 28, 2013 and held talks with representatives of the United Russia party.
The two sides agreed that Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's visit to Moscow in late January gave a new impetus to Hungarian-Russian relations.
The Fidesz delegates said Russia is seen as a strategic partner with which they want to work on the widest possible range of fields. The Hungarian Government is also considering the creation of a ruble-based reserve currency due to the instability of the dollar.
Rogán invited representatives of the United Russia party to the Fidesz upcoming congress, and expressed his hope that the two parties sign a cooperation agreement soon.
(Er.ru – Orosz Vilag – hungarianambiance.com)