Hungary and Austria criticize the European Commission’s measures to resolve the gas crisis

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Austrian Chancellor Karl Nahammer criticized Brussels’ measures to resolve the gas crisis in the European Union.

The Austrian chancellor said: “A common platform for energy procurement is now more important than ever. We have heard many statements about this from the European Commission, but we see that very little action has already been taken.”

For his part, Orban, at a press conference in Vienna, criticized Brussels’ plan to reduce demand for gas in the European Union and said that “Hungarians do not like to be constrained.”

Orban again expressed doubts about the correctness of the EU’s strategy to impose sanctions against Moscow.

Source: Interfax

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