A Hungarian man threatened to set fire to the Hungarian Embassy in Moscow back in 2021. His reason was that he had not received the tourist visa for his girlfriend within a short time.
Hungarian citizen threatens to commit an act of terrorism in Moscow
In October 2022, the Budapest II and III District Prosecutor’s Office filed charges against a Hungarian citizen in his 30s, a resident of Budapest of Russian descent. On 31 March, the Metropolitan Court of Budapest sentenced the perpetrator to 1 year imprisonment, suspended for 4 years, for the crime of threatening to commit an act of terrorism. The court also granted him a preliminary discharge from court proceedings.
According to the verdict, the accused called the Embassy of Hungary in Moscow several times before 7 December 2021 to arrange a tourist visa for his girlfriend, Index reports. On 7 December 2021, he visited the embassy in person. He called again, and was informed that the visa application could be done online.
Threatening to blow up a car, set fire to the embassy
After hearing the answer, the accused splashed the petrol he had brought to the scene in front of the building. At 4 PM, he threatened two employees of the Hungarian embassy over the phone to blow up a car and set fire to the embassy building if his girlfriend did not receive her entry visa to Hungary within a very short time.
The prosecutor appealed against the judgment, requesting that the accused be sentenced to imprisonment and a ban on public office. The accused and his defence lawyer took note of the decision.
…But, if that man’s gf was in anyway connected to Putin, his gf would have received her visa within an hour. Am I not right?