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Hungary’s ‘patriotic fight’ with the EU: an interview with justice minister Judit Varga

6 March 2022

8:00 PM

6 March 2022

8:00 PM

Budapest is racked with tension. As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine sends a stream of refugees to Hungary’s eastern border, Viktor Orbán’s Fidesz party has scrambled to respond to the humanitarian crisis while turning his back on his previous pragmatic relationship with Moscow.

Fidesz’s unequivocal condemnation of Vladimir Putin’s actions will have come as a relief to Brussels.

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