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There will be no progress in financing arms transfers while OTP is on the Ukrainian blacklist

The government is not willing to negotiate on the proposed €500 million to finance arms supplies to Ukraine, which has been blocked so far, or on the proposed €20 billion until Kiev removes OTP from the list of international sponsors of the war, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó warned in Brussels on Thursday.
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The Hungarian Prime Minister held talks with the President of Paraguay and the President of Ecuador

On the sidelines of the EU-Latin America summit in Brussels on 17-18 July, Viktor Orbán held talks with the President of Paraguay and the President of Ecuador.
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Constitutional dialogue should replace politically motivated EU discourse

The only way forward for the rule of law is to replace the politically motivated EU discourse with an unbiased, intergovernmental constitutional dialogue, Justice Minister Judit Varga told MTI on Monday, arriving at a meeting of EU ministers responsible for EU affairs.
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Addressing migration challenges will be an important element of the EU Presidency Trio programme

Addressing migration challenges, combating trafficking in human beings, security policy, demographic issues and strengthening the fight against anti-Semitism will be important elements of the programme of the EU Presidency Trio - Spain, Belgium and Hungary - which will start in July, the Hungarian Justice Minister said in Luxembourg on Tuesday.
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The Government still does not approve the financing of new arms shipments to Ukraine

Hungary will not approve the disbursement of the next European Peace Facility tranche of EUR 500 million to finance new arms shipments to Ukraine until Kiev removes OTP Bank, which does not violate international law in any way, from the list of international sponsors of the war, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said in Luxembourg on Monday.
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