Pressure is rising to include the Russian nuclear sector in the European Commission’s 11th sanction package plans.
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Budapest withdraws from a Russian-controlled bank after it was sanctioned, but ties with Western powers remain shaky.
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Citing ‘unfulfilled expectations’, Prague considers leaving China’s 16+1 investment club for Central and Eastern Europe.
The Hungarian strongman will have to adjust his government’s outlook, pundits on both sides of the fence say.
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