Referring to the leaked European Council document, the British business daily Financial Times wrote in an article published online late on Sunday that the EU could permanently withdraw all EU funds from Hungary if it again vetoes financial support for Ukraine. From the European Union's multiannual financial framework. MFF).
According to the EU diplomat, the document referred to in the Financial Times article is basic material written for its own use by the European Council Secretariat, which describes the current state of the Hungarian economy.
The aforementioned document is a realistic document that does not reflect the status of negotiations on the multiannual financial framework between member states and European Union negotiators, nor at the level of European Union leaders. The memorandum does not specify any specific plans for the Ukrainian multiannual financial framework and financial instrument, nor does it specify any plans for Hungary.
Negotiations on the Multiannual Financial Framework continue and always aim to find a compromise acceptable to the 27 EU member states. He added that negotiations between member states, European Union negotiators and European Union leaders are based on the principles of dialogue, consultation and settlement, in the interest of everyone.