Victor Orban is an agent of Russian intelligence. US sure about this
The main topic of the release of the online journal Politrussia.com was an article that appeared in the American edition of The Wall Street Journal. The authors of the article accuse the Hungarian authorities of “working for the Kremlin”. The economically positive relations between Moscow and Budapest are viewed by American Russophobes as successful work of Russian special services in Hungary.
The chief editor of Politrussia.com, Ruslan Ostashko, explains such Russophobic hysteria by attempts by some American political forces to smooth out the effect that the European Union’s refusal to withdraw from the nuclear agreement with Iran had on the information space. Such a decision of the EU, of course, does not suit the United States, so they will by any means show Europe its erroneous position and blame Russian spies for this. In another way, Washington cannot explain the disobedience of Brussels, Ostashko concludes.
The journalist is convinced that the US policy of enclosing Russia with a belt of unfriendly states has failed. Hence the attacks of American Russophobes towards Viktor Orban. Ruslan Ostashko is confident that Hungary will be followed by Croatia, Bulgaria, Slovenia and other countries that are trying to build sustainable economic relations with Russia.
The “carrot and stick” policy towards European countries, which has had a guaranteed effect for many years, has stopped working, the journalist states.
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