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Czech ForMin slams Hungary's refusal to back Russian energy ban

May 17th, 2022

The approach by the Hungarian government, which has decided not to support any sanctions against Russian energy export, is unacceptable, Czech Foreign Minister Jan Lipavsky wrote on Twitter today. On Monday, the EU states once again failed to agree on new sanctions against Russia, whose imposition has been barred by the member states' disunity on the EC-proposed embargo on Russian oil import. The EC proposed the sanctions 13 days ago, further reacting to the Russian aggression against Ukraine. In the meantime, it has come up with several modifications of the sanctions to meet the requests of the countries opposing the plan.


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