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Hungarian Prime Minister compared sanctions against Russia with an atomic bomb


Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor OrbanMOSCOW, 21 May. Budapest does not agree with rash sanctions against Russia, the consequences of which are comparable to the action of an atomic bomb, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said at a press conference with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, the broadcast was introduced by the RTS channel. “Hungary does not agree with Brussels in unreasonable and unacceptable measures against Russia, which would lead to rising prices, hunger and unprecedented mass migration. Hasty sanctions against Moscow should not be taken, because they are akin to an atomic bomb,” he said. Addressing Vučić, Orban added that the country is having a hard time because it is a member of the European Union.

According to the Hungarian prime minister, the famine will cause a wave of migration that will destroy countries that stand in its way. This year the heroes will be agricultural workers, the prime minister concluded.

Western countries stepped up sanctions pressure on Moscow after the start of a special operation in Ukraine. Restrictive measures mainly affected the banking sector and the sphere of high-tech products. At the same time, due to the disruption of supply chains, Europe and the United States faced a sharp increase in grain prices. So, in March, the price of wheat on the Chicago exchange rose to a maximum in almost 14 years, and corn – in nine years.Italian Foreign Minister predicted “food” warsTotal economic war against Russia and an export blockade, including the blocking of payments in foreign currency and the refusal of European ports to receive ships from Russia, as well as the mining of the Black Sea by the Ukrainian armed forces near their ports, threaten these supplies. In the current situation, Russia and those countries that are its closest allies are not threatened by famine. Earlier, Russian presidential aide Maxim Oreshkin said that the world could face global famine in the fall. According to him, the main thing in this situation is that Russia should not suffer from it and be provided with food. He added that now the authorities have the opportunity to create the necessary supplies. On February 24, Russia launched a special operation to denazify and demilitarize Ukraine. As Vladimir Putin stressed, its goal is “to protect people who have been subjected to bullying and genocide by the Kyiv regime for eight years.” According to the Ministry of Defense, the Russian Armed Forces strike only at the military infrastructure and Ukrainian troops, nothing threatens the civilian population. The ministry called the liberation of Donbass the main goal of the operation.

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