PM Viktor Orbán discussed the Ukrainean situation with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Brussels

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Photo: Burger Barna / Miniszterelnöki Sajtóiroda

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and German Chancellor Angela Merkel held talks Thursday night during the European Council meeting in Brussels said Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Relations Peter Szijjártó to MTI.

The two politicians reviewed topics in the summit's agenda, particularly with regard to the new situation in Ukraine.

At the meeting Prime Minister Viktor Orbán told Angela Merkel that Hungary would like to see a democratic Ukraine that respects the rights of national minorities.

After emerging from the EU summit meeting in Brussels on Friday Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced that the possible wide-ranging economic sanctions against Russia won't affect Russia's participation in the Paks nuclear power plant expansion.

In addition, PM Viktor Orbán remarked that from the Hungarian point of view the democratic Ukraine must adopt European values ​​and implement an immaculate minority policy. The Prime Minister pointed out that the EU urging Ukraine to take the regional and ethnic characteristics of the country into account when drafting a new constitution and show strength against the extremists.

Hungary would not have signed the association agreement between Ukraine and the European Union if it had allowed the cancellation of the minority language law. The prime minister made ​​it clear that Hungary has already indicated that the abolition of the minority language law is not only wrong but illegitimate too.

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Anonymous said...

The Western Oligarchs are terrified of the speed of popular self-determination in Crimea - the West de-stabilized Kiev and 3 weeks later, the Crimeans overwhelmingly voted to exit the Western inspired Ukrainian disaster. Nationalists take note - properly executed, self-determination can be very quick !

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Anonymous said...

The Western Ukrainians are in for a real economic shock - a hard dose of Western style neo-liberal economics - "austerity". They are poor now - they are about to become really poor and have their country asset-stripped by the US + EU + International Mafia Fund (IMF). They will regret ever becoming involved in the Western inspired Kiev coup. Not only did they have to contend with the Ukrainian Oligarchy, now they have the International Oligarchy.

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Anonymous said...

The Ukraine Crisis and Vladimir Putin: A New Financial System Free from Wall Street and the City of London?

...The fascist armed insurrection and the Kiev coup were not simply a war against Russia, they were also a war against Europe. Not the EU bureaucracy in Brussels, whose loyalty lies with the big financial institutions, but the Europe of the various countries reduced to misery and despair by austerity measures and the economic looting of Wall Street and the city of London...
In fact, both, the interests of Europe and that of Russia, lie in a common economic plan for the development of the whole area. This is what was proposed by Putin and by several leaders such as former German chancellors Helmut Kohl and Gerhard Schroeder. This is exactly what had to be prevented with the Victoria Nuland $5 billion ‘to help democracy.’ And now, despite all the noises and rhetoric, this is the most obvious direction to go...
The most important point to understand is that this war and looting policy is not in the interest of the Europeans or even of the Americans.

This is the big secret that now cannot be covered anymore. The governments of the US and the European countries are NOT independent entities, they are not sovereign. They do not have the will or even the ability to act on behalf of their people. They are controlled by powerful banking interests. They have been taken over by two financial centers that do not care for the real economy. They pursue only speculation and looting.

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