Sanctions against Russia, Orban ‘claims’ Fiume to get oil and infuriates Croatia: “Unacceptable territorial claims”

Viktor Orban responds to accusations of boycotting the sixth EU sanctions package on the petrolium Russian is ‘claims’ River. So it angers the Croatia who decides to send a note toHungary explaining that he had interpreted the words of the premier of Budapest such as territorial claims towards the Croatian coast.

It all stems from an interview released by the leader of Fidesz which, under pressure for announcing the veto on the “red line” of the ban on Russian oil that would not allow a Brussels to present a heavy new package of sanctions against Flysaid that “countries that have one outlet to the sea they can easily import oil “, unlike others, such as Hungary, which are strictly dependent on the influx from the gas pipelines that connect it to Russia. Vladimir Putin.

So far nothing strange, if it were not for the prime minister’s final statement: “If Hungary had not been taken out of the sea, we too would have a port today,” he said, alluding to the fact that River (Rijeka), part of Hungary until 1918, was first assigned to theItaly and then to Croatia. Words that in the ears of Zagreb they sounded like one territorial claim. So much so that in the note delivered to the Hungarian ambassador in Zagreb, the Croatian Foreign Ministry “asked for explanations”, arguing that “the integrity of the Croatian territory is indisputable and that territorial claims are not acceptable, not even those expressed in a rhetorical sense”.


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