We do not deny that it is easy to get lost in the sea of new and new sanctions packages, it is a difficult task, just how far the Hungarian government and Brussels stand, just as it does not take even half a minute to understand the term: the gas cap. If you don’t have time to read long articles, hide studies and analyze graphs, visit Alexandra Szinkiraly Tik Tok Easy political economic process for once! However, it’s good to be prepared because innovative, funny, and youthful videos often lack facts and explanations.
The government spokesperson has been trying to beat Hungarian TikTok for a long time (sometimes there have been some stumbles in the conquest campaign), and more recently he has been working hard to explain the Hungarian government’s sanctions and energy policy stances to visitors to the social platform. With videos like like himwhere it explains very creatively what a gas stop is:
or laterin which the Hungarian government plays, Brussels, the gas cap (known in Hungarian as reducing utilities, but in the dimension of government communication this is not nearly an attractive concept), the ninth sanctions package, arms shipments to Ukraine and sanctions on nuclear energy (still the last not included in the EU agenda):
If you want to learn more about the aforementioned topics than just the government spokesperson’s TikTok, we recommend Telex’s articles on the effects of sanctions policy on Russia, the plan and failure to introduce the European gas cap, and what Brussels thinks about the Hungarian gas cap. The government is thinking (and communicating) about sanctions.
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