Jobbik President Gábor Vona paid a two-day working visit to Moscow

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Last week, I paid a two-day working visit to Russia. Initially, I wanted to make the trip in October, but due to the repeat municipal elections in Recsk and Ózd I had to postpone it.

I reviewed three main areas with my Russian partners. The (1) situation of Hungarians in Transcarpathia, Ukraine; (2) Hungarian-Russian economic relations in the light of sanctions, and (3) energy cooperation regarding the upcoming winter, the South Stream pipeline project and the construction of the Paks power plant writes the Jobbik president on Facebook.

Transcarpathian Hungarians live under constant threat; the current policy of the Ukrainian leadership does not offer any measures that might improve ethnic Hungarians' lives.

Due to the sanctions, Hungarian agriculture and food industry suffer severe losses and Hungary can lose one of its most important export markets. The geopolitical conflict made the energy supply of our region precarious. So, there was plenty of topics to talk about writes Vona.

The two-day program was very tight, but extremely useful. In addition to number of background conversations with Russian government officials and political pundits, I had the opportunity to talk to members of the Duma (Russian Parliament) as well. I met with Mr. Zuravljov, a member of the ruling United Russia party, and the head of the Rodina party with whom we expressed our mutual desire to establish closer trade and political relations.

I met again Mr. Grachov, the Chairman of the Duma's energy committee and I had lunch with Mr. Fjodorov and Mr. Romanov who are also members of the ruling party - both are experts on issues of national sovereignty. In addition, I gave an interview to the Russian state television and I participated in an evening TV program writes Vona.

My discussions with Russian officials confirmed that there is a promising future for Hungarian-Russian relations; neither the anti-Russian policies of the opposition fringe parties nor the Hungarian government's double-dealing policies can overshadow this prospect. Strong Hungarian-Russian relations are vital for the Hungarian economy; the country's energy security and the future of our brothers and sisters in Transcarpathia depends on them writes Vona.

(Vona Gábor Facebook -


Anonymous said...

Hungary’s Viktor Orban: Washington’s New Enemy Image
by F. William Engdahl

The refusal of Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his ruling Fidesz party to join the new US and EU Cold War against Russia, notably by agreeing to build the South Stream gas pipeline, in addition to the stinging policies adopted against the foreign owned banks and energy companies, has set off alarm bells in Western capitals. According to William Engdahl, the question which now has to be asked is: will Hungary be the next country to be the target of a US/EU sponsored regime change?

...Next we can expect the National Endowment for Democracy and the usual US Government-backed NGO’s to find an excuse to launch mass opposition protests against Fidesz and Orban for his unforgivable crime of trying to make Hungary’s energy independent of the US-created insanity in Ukraine.

Angela Bogaczy said...

True. Yet, if nothing worse happens than 'mass opposition protests', we shall be OK. Fortunately, Hungarians are a well-informed public. We all know that the fake-left is backed by Soros et al. -that is, by interest contrary to our own. The fake-left's protests have not, and will not, sway the public. Should these protests get out of hand, the government can certainly call another Peace March. The turnout there will be ample demonstration of wide support for the Orban government, and that will keep EU intervention at bay. Problem will arise only if Soros et al. spring something unexpected, and succeed to confuse the public. Thank goodness, there is no sign yet of anything like that.

HungarianAmbiance said...

Most of those gadget lovers you saw protesting the last week raised on playing computer games and watching porn, they are physically unfit to engage in street fighting with police doesn't matter how well-paid they are. They will never be able to pull off a violent regime change that happened in Ukraine. Those who are fit to fight, for instance, the football fans or other patriot groups are remarkably disciplined and stay out of trouble because they understand who is behind those protests; the fake-left will never be able to trick them into street fighting and use them as tools to achieve their treasonous goals.

If there will be more protests we most probably see crowds of middle-aged people and retirees - retirees are always ready to join any event that brings some excitement in their boring lives.

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