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Putin’s Semi Regular Visit Seen Using Hungary as ‘Message Platform’

While Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, once again, attacked economic sanctions against Russia during President Vladimir Putin’s official visit to Budapest on February 2, the Russian President’s trip to an EU and NATO member drew widespread criticism from Western powers for giving the leader a “message platform” from which to justify his views about the Ukraine crisis.

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