Hungary supports the OSCE's plan to stabilize Ukraine

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Moscow, Tuesday ( MTI) 13 May 2014 - Hungarian Deputy State Secretary responsible for Security Policy Szabolcs Takács confirmed Hungary's support for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) comprehensive plan to solve the Ukrainian crisis said the Hungarian politician in Moscow on Tuesday.

The Hungarian diplomat held talks with Vladimir Titov, the first deputy of Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, and Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov. The meeting was part of the regular consultation process that has been taking place between Russia and Hungary for years.

In relation to the ongoing Ukrainian crisis, the Hungarian politician called on all sides to start dialogue with Russia.

Besides the Ukrainian issue, the Hungarian foreign ministry official reviewed all aspects of Russian-Hungarian relations with Vladimir Titov, who oversees Russia's European policy.

Takács told to his Russian counterpart that Hungary is interested in a stable Eastern Europe. He also stressed that Budapest attached great importance to the OSCE crisis management mechanism. We hope that as a result of the OSCE's initiative a lasting solution will be found to the Ukraine crisis and tension in the region will subside. However, to realize this objective all parties concerned should agree to stop violence and start talking to each other added Takács.

Hungary supports the OSCE initiative and ready to be involved in the process stressed the Hungarian politician.

Ukraine should be a functioning country that respects European norms and values including the rights of ethnic minorities. Hungary wants to see a stable Ukraine that ensures the rights of Transcarpathian Hungarians so that they can preserve their linguistic and cultural identity said the Hungarian politician.

Takács also said that the primary objective of his trip to Moscow was to meet Mikhail Bogdanov who is Vladimir Putin's Middle East special envoy and an expert of the region. The Russian politician informed his Hungarian counterpart how Moscow sees the Syrian peace process, as Russia is a key player in the region said the Hungarian foreign ministry official to MTI in Moscow.

(MTI –


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A rare disclosure by an insider in terms of who has the real power in a "democracy" ? The Oligarchs.

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Americans are starting to understand that the U.S. is an oligarchy, rather than a democracy or a republic. (Even the chair of the Federal Reserve can’t really disagree.)

That’s true of war-making and foreign policy, as well.

Consummate insider Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson – former chief of staff to Colin Powell, the guy who wrote Powell’s famous speech on Iraqi weapons of mass destruction, and now distinguished adjunct professor of Government and Public Policy at William & Mary – notes:

Who’s behind the White House, and who’s therefore behind U.S. foreign policy, more or less? I think the answer today is the oligarchs. Which would be the same answer, – incidentally, ironically, if you will – for Putin in Russia. The people who own the wealth, the people who therefore have the power and who more or less (and I’m not being too facetious here) buy the president and thus buy American foreign policy...

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Anonymous said...

Russian Foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has been described as the most savvy foreign minister on today's geo-political stage. He proves his metal in this interview.

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