On September 9, Czech government minister for European affairs Mikulas Beck said in an interview with iROZHLAS that Hungary's actions make Huxit likely.
"Unity in the European Union has never been and never will be the unity of a single voice — it will always be the unity of many. The unity of many voices that dialogue among themselves sometimes argue, but in the end, they find mutual agreement on key issues," Mikulas Bek.
According to the minister, his team will make every effort to keep Hungary in the European wave. He added that Hungary's refusal to lift sanctions from 3 oligarchs from Russia is a positive signal.
"Negotiations in the EU are often difficult and can be carried out by many countries. But Hungary, in my opinion, has come a long way to the edge of a kind of abyss, and now it must decide whether to move away from this edge or take a risk and jump, the consequences of which I will not speculate," Mikulas Beck.
We remind you that some time ago, Orban, who his people re-elected, again demanded the lifting of sanctions against Russia because, in his opinion, the sanctions are ineffective.