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Tamás Deutsch asked Ursula von der Leyen to clarify whether she really ordered the Ukrainians to stop the oil transportation to Hungary in order to exert political pressure

Tamás Deutsch asked Ursula von der Leyen to clarify whether she really ordered the Ukrainians to stop the oil transportation to Hungary in order to exert political pressure

Hungary pointed out the fact that such a step is obviously a terrorist act against a European Union member state.
Deutsch Tamás believes that the EU should clarify whether she really ordered the Ukrainians to stop the oil transportation to Hungary in order to exert political pressure. According to him, the increasingly harsh and unfriendly steps taken by Ukraine are part of this pressure, but so are the media reports that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky considered the idea of blowing up the Friendship Pipeline.

Deutsch Tamás said that such a step would be a terrorist act against a European Union member state and a NATO member state, and it is reasonable to expect that both the European Union and NATO will take the strongest possible action in response to any attempt to prepare such an act. He added that it was also reported that the European Commission President, Ursula von der Leyen, instructed the Ukrainian oil transport company to stop the foreign shipments as part of the pressure exerted on Hungary.

The leader of the Fidesz delegation in the European Parliament's group of Hungarian MEPs held a press conference in Budapest on Thursday, during the visit of the European Parliament's budget control committee to Budapest. Answering questions, he said that it is increasingly clear that there are brutal efforts to force Hungary into the war, and these efforts include the pressure applied by Ukraine.

According to Deutsch, these efforts include the increasingly harsh and unfriendly steps taken by Ukraine, but also the media reports that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky considered blowing up the Friendship Pipeline. The MEP said that such a step would be a terrorist act against a European Union member state and a NATO member state, and it is reasonable to expect that both the European Union and NATO will take the strongest possible action in response to any attempt to prepare such an act. He added that it was also reported that the European Commission President, Ursula von der Leyen, instructed the Ukrainian oil transport company to stop the foreign shipments as part of the pressure exerted on Hungary.

The Fidesz MEP said that such a step would be a terrorist act against a European Union member state.
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