Media: Putin's visit to Hungary claims? Russia has allies in the EU
The visit of the President of the Russian Federation centuries Putin in Hungary shows that Russia has allies even among EU countries. About It it is reported in the publication Pablo Gorondi for the Associated Press, which ABC News. For reviews of the author's material support of Moscow, in addition to Hungary, in this or other form of expressing Serbia, Czech Republic and Slovakia.
the journal emphasizes that, despite the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, among a number of countries in Eastern Europe there is a growing support of Russia. This phenomenon correspondents explain " ideological preference and the desire to avoid tensions with the country, which provides them with energy security.
for reviews of the author, the issues of energy supply will be the center of attention in the upcoming negotiations Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Russian President.
Also, writes Gorondi, Pro-Russian position on tradition is Serbia, which seek closer ties with the European Union, but still maintain close contacts with Moscow. For this reason, official Belgrade has not connected To the EU sanctions, despite pressure from the Western countries.
He further emphasizes that among EU member States there are countries that openly oppose the restrictive measures against Russia, although, being members of the Union had supported them. These include the Czech Republic and Slovakia, which, moreover, told that they did not wish to place on your site NATO.
similarly the article indicates that even among countries that traditionally are critical Towards Russia, there are politicians who are in favour of changing the established system of relations. So, the journalist cites the example of Poland, in which the presidential candidate of the left party called For dialogue between Moscow and Warsaw.