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The mayor of Budapest accused Orban of lying and criticized him for supporting Putin

Gergely Koracsony said that “Russian gas is a big scam”, and the Hungarian authorities are leading the country into a bankruptcy.

On Saturday, October 15, the mayor of the Hungarian capital city of Budapest, Gergely Koraconi, strongly criticized the Hungarian government and its leader, Viktor Orban. He accused the country’s prime minister, said to be a friend of Putin, of lying about the benefits of buying gas from Russia. The corresponding statement appeared on the Facebook page of the mayor of Budapest.

Gergely Koracony said that Viktor Orban’s government is putting the country on the side of the losers and harming the Hungarian economy.

“What happened many times in Hungarian history is happening again: the government not only puts the country on the wrong side of history, but also puts it on the losing side. That they cannot tell the aggressor from the victim, not only – although “This is enough – morally unjustified, but also economically harmful. Because cheap Russian gas is a lie,” the report said.

He noted that Orban’s agreements with Putin only harm the country and do not benefit Hungarians.

“Putin provides gas to Hungary at very high prices, and our increased utility bills only make Putin richer. In fact, the discount to utilities was cut in a long-term gas purchase contract that ended in summer, which has nothing to do with either war or sanctions “, in any way unrelated to the gas trade. Therefore, we do not accept anything for the irresponsible policies pursued by the government. We must leave Putin’s shadow, we must move from fossil energy to renewable energy,” Koraconi emphasized.

He added that Hungarians should choose energy independence instead of energy dependence.

Let us remind you, Orban previously said that the war in Ukraine will last because of military aid from the West.

Russia gives Hungary a postponement of payments for gas – media

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