The European Union is fed up with the blocking of financial assistance to Ukraine by the representative of Budapest. If the head of the Hungarian government, Viktor Orban, continues to slow down this process, the European Union will begin to undermine his country’s economy.
The British edition of The Financial Times, citing an internal document of the European Union, stated that the EU intends to “revenge” the Hungarian leadership if Orban will once again not agree to provide financial support for Kiev, NBN reports.
Journalists write that if the position of the representative of Budapest on the issue of assistance to Ukraine remains unchanged, the EU will harm jobs and economic growth in Hungary. The European Union is implementing its plan due to the collapse of the forint exchange rate and a decrease in the investment attractiveness of the country.
The material says that if Orban once again blocks money for Ukrainians from the organization, the government of the European Union may publicly announce the blocking of funding for Hungary in order to “scare the markets.”
Previously, Hungary dreamed of annexing Transcarpathia in the event of Russia’s victory in the war against Ukraine.