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The EU reported that Orban's visit to Russia violates EU treaties. FT:


Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's negotiations with Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to the legal department of the European Union, violated EU treaties. According to "Armenpress", The Financial Times writes about this. Last week, Orban's visit to Moscow aimed at peace talks with Ukraine was seriously criticized by the EU and NATO allies, who immediately announced that Orban did not presented their position in negotiations with the Russian president. According to three people familiar with the matter, the EU's legal department informed member states on July 10 that Orbán's actions violated the structure's treaties, which prohibit any "means that could jeopardize the achievement of the Union's goals." "Going to Moscow was a political mistake... This is a problem. This kind of work style is not acceptable," European Council President Charles Michel told The Financial Times. Hungary assumed the presidency of the EU Council of Ministers for 6 months. According to a number of politicians, Orban "abused this status to give more weight to his meeting with Putin". the policy that such discussions cannot be held without the support of Ukraine. US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said on the sidelines of the NATO summit on July 10 that any leader visiting Russia or China should make clear NATO's position that the military alliance "is not going anywhere, Ukraine is not going anywhere." is not going, the European Union is not going anywhere." According to the periodical's sources, many EU member states discussed the issue of boycotting the unofficial ministerial meeting to be held in Hungary, and some officials, according to the sources, discussed in private conversations the issue of depriving Hungary of the rotating presidency of the EU Council of Ministers. On July 5, Orbán visited Moscow, where he met was with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss the possible ways of settlement of the conflict in Ukraine and the start of peace negotiations. Later, the Prime Minister visited Beijing, where he met with Chinese President Xi Jinping. Before his visit to Russia, Orban discussed the settlement of the conflict in Ukraine with the president of that country, Volodymyr Zelensky, in Kyiv on July 2.