Hungary will veto the European Union’s planned sixth round of sanctions against Russia, which includes a halt to oil imports by the end of the year, government spokesman Zoltán Kovács said on Wednesday. Asked by the BBC whether Hungary will exercise its veto, Kovács said, “In short, yes, but you also need to know how […]
Just as one could not mention the actual causes of “deficiencies” in the communist press back in the 1980s, so today is the liberal media silent about the sources of inflation and energy prices, writes Michał Karnowski for portal wPolityce.pl
Hungarians have the lowest energy costs in Europe, and Viktor Orbán is calling on the EU to end its “stupid” green energy plan. What can Europe learn from Hungary’s policies to help save it from a full-blown energy crisis?
Poorly administered EU policy towards climate change, a gas deal between Germany and Russia, and endless amounts of money being printed by central banks — times have been cheaper, writes Polish energy expert Tomasz Teluk
Energy infrastructure minister Piotr Naimski tells Polish Radio that the Baltic Pipe gas project is still proceeding on target despite a decision by the Danes to withdraw an environmental permit that had previously been approved
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