‘The Hungarian government has fulfilled its commitment: an agreement with Brussels has been reached, thus EU funds will be available to Hungary in 2023, and agriculture can also count on subsidies of an unprecedented scale,’ said Fidesz MEP Tamás Deutsch in an interview with the website of the major governing party’s EP group.
‘The Orbán Government has fulfilled its commitment: at the end of a successful series of negotiations, an agreement with Brussels has been reached, thus removing the legal and political obstacles to accessing EU funds. In 2023, EU funds will be available to Hungary, and agriculture can also count on subsidies of an unprecedented scale,’ said Tamás Deutsch in a statement on the website of Fidesz MEPs. The major governing party’s MEP emphasized that the genre of the story of accessing EU funds due to us is not a comedy: it is still expected that Brussels will want to block the way of us using EU funds.
‘However, the point is that Hungary has fulfilled all its commitments: EU funds will be available to our country, and development applications can be launched as well,’ nailed down Mr Deutsch.
Furthermore, he stressed that the Brussels sanctions policy is misguided and self-defeating, so it must be changed and the sanctions must be abolished. He drew attention to the fact that non-European powers who are supporters of the Brussels sanctions policy consider the developing economic crises affecting the national economies of the EU to be caused by the sanctions; and consider skyrocketing energy prices, and rising inflation to be merely collateral damage.
‘It is time for Europe to finally represent its own interests so that the Brussels bureaucracy can realize that the sanctions policy is wrong: it causes greater economic damage to the European national economies than to the target of the sanctions. Our most important task is to be part of the sane minority in the European Parliament that is in favour of ending the sanctions and to make our voice be heard,’ he emphasized.
‘The corruption machine in Brussels has been exposed,’
declared the Fidesz MEP in connection with the recent scandal in the EU. He also noted that all the MEPs who have fallen under suspicion so far belong to the Socialist Group—they are the colleagues of MEPs Klára Dobrev and István Ujhelyi, the heads of the Hungarian ‘dollar left’.
‘And this is only the tip of the iceberg, as sources in Brussels already talk about the involvement of additional MEPs,’ highlighted Mr Deutsch. He added that the corruption machine in Brussels must be put to an end. According to him, the Brussels bureaucracy and Brussels politicians are unable to change this system, which is useful for them from the viewpoint of power and politics.
‘Only we, European voters, can change this system in 2024. We will only be able to eliminate this Brussels corruption machine in the elections if we do not give confidence to those who have operated it until now. We can be optimistic; this revelation could lead to a major European turnaround in 2024,’ stated the Fidesz MEP.
As we have written earlier, the Brussels corruption scandal broke out after bags of cash were found in the homes of Greek socialist politician Eva Kaili and other persons close to her during a series of house searches, during which the police seized a total of more than one and a half million euros (about 600 million forints) in cash. Eva Kaili had been under surveillance for months because she had been suspected of accepting bribes from Qatar to lobby on its behalf in the European Parliament. Since then, it has also been revealed that Morocco is involved in the case, too, but the names of other Arab countries may come up later as well. According to the news, at least sixty EU politicians may be involved in the corruption scandal in Brussels, most of whom belong to the Socialist or the European People’s Party.
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