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The Washington Times: According to the CIA, Viktor Orban sees the United States as an enemy

The Washington Times: According to the CIA, Viktor Orban sees the United States as an enemy

According to the newspaper, Hungary’s relationship with the European Union has deteriorated since “Orban and the Fidesz nationalist came to power”.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who is accused by left-wing critics of being the closest ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin within NATO and the European Union, considers the United States one of his party’s biggest opponents. This can be read in the CIA report, which was among the recently leaked documents and documents, and Washington Times.

An investigation has been opened

The Pentagon has launched an investigation into the leaked materials, which the Biden administration has not yet acknowledged as authentic. They are described in the document

They raised the possibility of the United States censoring Viktor Orbán’s party, Fidesz.

What was said at the political meeting on February 22 represents a new level of anti-American rhetoric in the intelligence service’s assessment. According to press reports, the document identified the US Embassy in Budapest as the source of the information. The Washington Times article touched on the fact that Hungary’s relationship with several EU member states has deteriorated since then “Orbán and the nationalist, right-wing, Fidesz came to power”.

Conservatives praise Orban

The European left accuses the Hungarian Prime Minister of being authoritarian and “illiberal democracy” Seeks to silence political minorities. Left-wing EU politicians have repeatedly warned about this

Hungary is drifting towards authoritarianism,

Where political power is more centralized than in Western Europe. On the other hand, some American conservatives praise Orbán’s government, citing political independence.

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Editorial photo: Viktor Orbán’s Facebook page

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