Russian media said that Moscow is unhappy with a potential meeting between the head of the Hungarian government, Viktor Orban, and the Ukrainian leader Vladimir Zelensky. In this regard, the Kremlin is threatening to deprive the Prime Minister of 3 billion euros from various sources.
The Russian Telegram channel “Kremlin snuffbox”, citing sources in the Russian diplomatic corps, writes that the Kremlin threatened the Hungarian prime minister from -for a possible meeting with Zelensky, reports NBN.
According to the interlocutors, negotiations between the Hungarian politician and the head of Ukraine should supposedly take place no later than mid-February. In this regard, Moscow made it clear to the representative of Budapest that he would not receive 3 billion euros through various channels, in particular, this would include benefits for the supply of “blue fuel”.
It is reported that the head of the Hungarian government has not yet responded to the ultimatum Russian leadership.
Recall that in October last year in the Chinese capital, Orban met with Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin. Later, the Hungarian politician “explained” why, during negotiations with the aggressor president, he did not call the Russian invasion of Ukraine a war.