Jobbik welcomes the Greek government's brave stance against Brussels' decision to blame the Mariupol incident on Russia

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Jobbik welcomes the newly elected Greek government's stance against the European Council's statement over the Mariupol incident.

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras brave decision to oppose Brussels' condemnation of Russia in the name of all EU member states reveals the strategy Brussels uses to condemn other countries without obtaining consent from its member states said the statement issued by Jobbik on Wednesday.

Jobbik calls on the European Union bodies to develop an independent policy toward Russia, which serves the interests of all member states rather than pursue a foreign policy dictated by Washington.

Jobbik congratulates to Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his government's stand over the issue and calls on the Hungarian government to pursue an independent foreign policy that corresponds to Hungarian national interests and do not support statements that have the potential to harm national interests write Jobbik President Gábor Vona in a press release.

- The government, headed by Prime Minister Alexis Tripras, said in a press release on Tuesday that “the aforementioned statement was released without the prescribed procedure to obtain consent by the member states, and particularly without ensuring the consent of Greece."

“In this context, it is underlined that Greece does not consent to this statement,” Tsipras added. --RT

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