Gergely Gulyás swayed a 700 forint petrol price

They have already begun to explain the certificate, shortly after Orbán announced they would not support the latest sanctions package against Russia.

The economic impact of the new sanctions on Russia is a decision with clearly predictable consequences by mathematical means that does not affect states equally, the minister in charge of the prime minister’s office spoke on News TV on Thursday night.

Gergely Gulyás emphasized: Hungary and Slovakia are in the worst situation.

The exposure of Hungarians to Russian crude oil is about two-thirds of their total crude oil use, and that of Slovaks is even higher, according to MTI.

He pointed out that as a result of the sanctions on oil and natural gas, there would be 700 forints for petrol and 800 forints for diesel,

nor would the security of supply of Hungary be guaranteed. That’s why the government has made it clear in the past that it cannot support sanctions “in this area in this form,” he said. He added that this was also made clear by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in a letter to the President of the European Commission on Thursday. We wrote more about this here.

The head of the ministry added: Hungary adheres to the sanctions decided at the EU summit in Versailles in March, but these did not affect the area of ​​oil and gas.

Sanctions should be adopted that hurt those we want to punish and no more hurt for those who otherwise want to punish Russia for aggression against Ukraine.

Gergely Gulyás remarked.

As full unity is needed and sanctions cannot be adopted without it, if the European Commission wants to maintain the unity that characterized the union because of the war, it must be negotiated, the minister said.

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