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The EU excludes the possibility of official contacts with the Russian president. Borel


The European Union excludes official contacts with the Russian President Vladimir Putin, therefore the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who chairs the EU Council, does not have the right to represent the EU during his visit to Moscow. This visit takes place "exclusively within the framework of bilateral relations", said the head of EU diplomacy, Josep Borrell, in a statement published in Brussels. "Prime Minister Orbán did not receive any mandate from the EU Council to visit Moscow," Borrell wrote. He emphasized that the EU's position on Russia's northwestern military region in Ukraine "precludes official contacts between the EU and Russian President Vladimir Putin." "The Hungarian Prime Minister's visit to Russia is carried out exclusively within the framework of the bilateral relations between the Russian Federation and Hungary," says the chief European diplomat.