The sums involved would not harm basic Hungarian national interests even if this amount would be missing from the Hungarian budget, he added.
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Number of Hungary’s friends, allies has grown
Hungary now has more friends and allies than ever before, he added. The kind of government in potential partner countries determines the opportunities for cooperation with Hungary’s Christian nationalist government, Orbán said. Hungary, its government, and Hungarians living across the borders “always have it easier when similar governments based on nationalist Christian foundations are in the majority, or at least present in Europe,” he said. The latest political developments have made that easier, he said.
Orbán added, however that “the plan … to organise central Europe to enable it to represent a significant force in Europe, rather than being defined by their relations to larger states, now has less of a chance of becoming reality.”
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