The united opposition has called on Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó to resign over press reports suggesting that Russia’s secret services have “practically unlimited access to the information systems of the (Hungarian) foreign ministry”.
In a statement, the opposition parties insisted that
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán had “delivered Hungary to Russia” through “deliberately dismantling the government’s cyber security” and slammed him for “hindering joint European action against Russia”.
As we wrote today, the Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade had been long aware of the Russian Secret Intelligence Services’ cyberattacks targeting the information network of the Hungarian Foreign Affairs and Trade, which is happened to be governed by Szijjártó himself. Details HERE.
The opposition has also demanded that
the government should expel with immediate effect what they called a “Russian spy-bank” International Investment Bank from Budapest.