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Szijjarto: Hungary would 'gladly' diversify energy supplies if it could

May 2nd, 2019

Hungary would "gladly" diversify its energy supplies, but doing so requires proper infrastructure and the necessary investment decisions, the foreign minister said on Thursday. These steps depend on Hungary's international partners, Peter Szijjarto told a US-EU energy conference in Brussels. Fully 100 percent of Hungary's natural gas supply is imported from Russia, the minister noted, explaining that this was due to current limitations in infrastructure. He said that while there was "a lot of talk" about the diversification of energy supplies, Hungary had yet to see any progress on this front. Speaking at a press conference after the meeting, Szijjarto said energy security in central Europe remained a "deeply critical issue", especially given what he said was a lack of progress in the investment projects that would help diversify the region's energy supplies.


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