Budapest, November 11 (MTI) – Hungary should be cautious when dealing with Washington or Brussels, a consultant of former Czech president Vaclav Klaus said on public television M1 on Tuesday.
Petr Hajek said Hungary must exercise caution or if it continues to be “defiant” with Washington and Brussels, it should be “prepared for anything”.
The former advisor said that the West had been able to topple the Czech Necas government with a coup and the US ambassador to Prague was replaced because he had been unable to “take over” Temelin, an investment which his successor had come to Prague to gain, Hajek said.
The Orban government now is just as “defiant” as the Necas government had been, and then there was no Ukraine crisis, he said, adding that the interests of the US and EU had tripled since then. The Orban government makes much more independent decisions than Necas had at the time. This could lead to events which can topple the Orban government, he insisted.
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