Under current rules, the EU can freeze the oligarch’s assets and impose visa bans on “major businessmen operating in Russia”. Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Poland now want to expand this definition. According to the proposals of these countries, the sanctions will include “members of the immediate family of Russian businessmen and other individuals who benefit from their knowledge.”
Drafts of documents obtained by Politico journalists indicate That an additional 96 people could be added to the next EU sanctions package. This concern may arise, for example, the ex-wife of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Lyudmila Ocheretna, whose daughters were punished, but not herselfas well as other members of the oligarch’s entourage.
– These are annoying accents. We hear about the distance from the sanctions policy and the distance between Hungary and the war in Ukraine. Support for Ukraine is not unambiguous – both at the level of verbal politics, and, as we hear, at the meetings, Schetyna commented on “Onet Opinions”.
– This is something unheard of, this is a very sad story The one who, it seems to me, will still have a bad influence on what is happening in Europe. It is a clear breach of European policy towards Russia. It is not merely a matter of sanctions, but of undermining its very essence, the whole narrative we hear today in Hungary, and turning all the causes of the economic catastrophe that is taking place in Hungary into war. And he assessed that it seems to me that this is a policy that has reached a dead end.
Is this the end of the Warsaw-Budapest alliance? – definitely yes. I don’t think there are accounts here. end. Hungarians will not cooperate in a normal, open and subjective manner with any capital in Europe. It is no longer possible. Unless it’s Minsk or Moscow, sum up our Chetna.
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