March for Hungarian independence and Hungarian-Russian friendship

Friday, January 24, 2014

Civilian organizations are planning a march on March 29 in support of Hungarian independence and Hungarian-Russian friendship.

Hungary should have a free, independent and balanced foreign policy, writes the chief editor of "Demokrata", András Bencsik.

A strong strategic alliance between Russia and Hungary helps the country to chart an independent foreign policy course. The deal of the century, the expansion of the Paks Nuclear Power Plant negotiated by Russian President Vladimir Putin and PM Viktor Orbán will greatly reduce Hungary's foreign energy dependence in the future writes Bencsik.

Obama's nominee for U.S. ambassador to Hungary, television producer Colleen Bell

Russia has no intention of interfering in Hungarian internal affairs like the Americans. Obama's nominee for U.S. ambassador to Hungary, television producer Colleen Bell even before her official appointment managed to insult the Hungarian people by indicating that she will definitely interfere in Hungarian internal matters; among others, she criticized the imaginary lack of freedom of the press in Hungary.

According to the editor in chief, the United States starts resembling to the Soviet Union. The U.S. sends an arrogant colonial administrator, a commissar to Hungary that wants to prescribe a way of life to the native people of the land -- Colleen Bell expressed concern over developments in Hungarian domestic politics in Senate hearing.

Comparing to the aggressive American foreign policy, Russia is a country of tolerance, writes Bencsik.

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