War mood in the EU, majority in favour of increased arms transfers
The atmosphere in the European Union is one of war, with the overwhelming majority of member states wanting to supply Ukraine with more weapons for more money, more quickly, while pro-peace actors are under heavy attack, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said in Luxembourg on Monday.
Hungary can maintain its ban on imports of Ukrainian agricultural products
During the negotiations with the European Commission, Hungary was able to maintain the results and measures related to the ban on imports of Ukrainian agricultural products, Minister of Agriculture István Nagy told MTI in Brussels on Wednesday.
It is a lie that the government would stop cooperating with Russia's Rosatom
It is a lie that the government would stop cooperating with Russia's Rosatom on the Paks expansion project: the increasing role of the French company Framatome concerns the supply of the control system after its German consortium partner Siemens Energy has not yet received an export licence for political reasons, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said in Brussels on Tuesday.
The Government voted against the Brussels proposal to reduce the use of natural gas
Hungary and Poland have voted against the European Commission's new dangerous proposal to extend the previous regulation by another 15 percent cut in the use of natural gas, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said in Brussels on Tuesday.
Agrimarkets-trade were in the focus at the Agriculture and Fisheries Council in March
Ministers of agriculture exchanged views among others on the market situation, the problems with increasing agricultural imports from Ukraine, the agricultural sensivity of trade agreements and the afri-forestry aspects of the the nature restoration law in their meeting held on 20th of March in Brussels.