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Patriarch Kirill excluded from EU sanctions after Hungary’s objection
The last-minute move from Budapest angered diplomats, with one calling it "hostage policy."
Rule of law situation in Hungary has detoriated, says EU
A hearing was held by the EU's European affairs ministers in the Belgian capital on the Article 7 procedure against Budapest.
EU 'held hostage' by Hungary over Russian oil ban, Lithuania claims
Twelve days after the Commission unveiled its plans to impose a phased embargo on Russian oil, negotiations are still dragging on. Hungary is now being accused of keeping the sanction package "hostage".
Talks on an EU-wide Russian oil ban could drag on until end of May
Hungary, Slovakia, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic are against the timeline of banning Russian oil imports by the end of the year.
Hungary, Slovakia, Czechia and Bulgaria resist EU ban on Russian oil
Discussions between EU ambassadors continue on Monday to reach an agreement to phase out all imports of Russian oil.
Russian oil ban plans like 'dropping atomic bomb on Hungary's economy'
Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic are among the most sceptical over EU plans to ban Russian oil imports.
EU countries paying gas in roubles may face legal action: Dombrovskis
The European Commission's Executive Vice President told Euronews the EU "cannot give in to Russia's blackmail."
EU member states can leave, but can the bloc kick one of them out?
The EU has not included such a procedure in its treaties — adding it now would take years and most likely fail.
What's next after Brussels triggers rule of law mechanism on Hungary?
The never-used procedure will target the €6.1 billion the country gets every year from the EU budget.
Orban has last laugh as Hungary's 'joke' party accused over election
The Two-Tailed Dog Party has trolled and teased its way through Hungary’s political system since it was founded as a movement in 2006. But is the joke running thin?
Sanctions on Russian oil and gas a 'red line' for Hungary, says Orban
Hungary will block any EU attempts to put sanctions on Russian oil and gas imported into the bloc.
12 years of Orban: How the EU has failed to stop Hungary's backsliding
Twelve years of Orban: How the EU has failed to rein in Hungary's democratic backsliding
Peter Marki-Zay: Is this the man who can beat Viktor Orban?
"In some ways, Péter Márki-Zay can be compared to Donald Trump: a non-party player who says new and surprising things, who comes out of nowhere and goes against the conventional political logic.”
A short history of Viktor Orbán's strained relationship with the EU
As Viktor Orbán bids to stay in power, Brussels will be watching Sunday's election with a close eye.
Hungary election: Watch our special election debate ahead of the vote
Euronews hosted a special show in Brussels' European Parliament to discuss why the poll matters to everyone in Europe.
More than 500,000 refugees have fled Ukraine in just four days - UN
Neighbouring countries such as Poland, Moldova, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia have all made an unconditional welcome to those feeling the Russian invasion.
ECJ rules in favour of making EU cash handouts conditional
The high court rejected a bid by Poland and Hungary, which argued the budgetary instrument exceeded EU competences.
Antivax protests are on the rise in Europe, but can they last?
Movements against restrictions and vaccinations are growing as the pandemic continues.
OSCE recommends deployment of election observation mission to Hungary
If such a mission is sent, it would be the first for an EU member state since 2013.
Viktor Orban under fire for Moscow meeting with Vladimir Putin
Viktor Orbán will travel to Russia on Tuesday to meet with Vladimir Putin in the hope of securing more cheap gas. But
Court 'should dismiss' Hungary-Poland bid to stop EU cash conditions
Hungary and Poland are trying to stop EU cash handouts from being conditional on respect for rule of law and other key values of the bloc.
Hungary silently rejoins the EU's joint vaccine pool
The move comes as a surprise, after the Hungarian government signalled last May that it did not want any more vaccines from the EU's joint procurement scheme.
Hungarian media defy ban on publishing LGBT+ content for children
Hungarian MPs passed a controversial law in June banning any content that portrays or "promotes" homosexuality to children.
Hungary move to criminalise helping asylum seekers 'infringes EU law'
The EU's Court of Justice found the Hungarian legislation restricts the rights to asylum in an unlawful manner.
Is Orban's biggest threat right under his nose in Budapest?
Gergely Karacsony, as Budapest's mayor, has little real power in his fight to bring down PM Viktor Orban. But that could all change in the coming months.
Brussels admits link between COVID cash delays and EU values respect
Hungary and Poland, accused of disrespecting EU values, are both waiting for Brussels to approve their COVID recovery cash.