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The European Commission’s decision has removed one of the barriers on the way to the implementation of the Hungarian-Russian project.
The referendum initiated by Fidesz and held on 2 October in Hungary is invalid because the turnout was only 40%.
Gazprom’s announcement of the deal with Eustream fits in with the Russian diplomatic and propaganda offensive linked to the Nord Stream 2 project.
The region clearly supported the United Kingdom remaining in the EU, with a view to both the political and the economic dimension of cooperation with London.
Even though the passing of the anti-terrorism package fits in with the European trend, it is also an element of Fidesz’s political strategy.
Even though their political manifestos do not overlap, the four parties which have formed the government coalition are likely to see out a full term.
The parliamentary election brought an end to the majority rule of the the left-wing Smer-SD and marked the beginning of a period of political instability.
Increased security on the Macedonian-Greek border has provoked an accumulation of the wave of migrants in Greece.
Relations between Hungary and Russia have moved beyond a pragmatic energy co-operation.
The Central European leaders emphasised that the Visegrad Group’s backup plan was complementary to the EU’s recent efforts to control the wave of migration.