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Hungary’s FM Szijjártó: Biden should address suspected Ukraine corruption

Biden, Szijjártó said, should make clear how he had used his political influence to bring about profits for the energy company and his son.

Joe Biden should address corruption allegations in connection with Ukraine before resuming dealings with Hungary, Péter Szijjártó, the foreign minister, said during the weekend.

Szijjártó noted that the Democratic U.S. election candidate has worked on central European issues for eight years during Barack Obama’s presidency. He added that the U.S. had “attacked constantly and lectured” central Europe, according to Hungary today.

Also, the U.S. had attacked Hungary when it adopted its new constitution and U.S. embassy leaders had taken part in anti-government protests in Budapest, he said.

The minister also referred to “extremely politically biased opinions” expressed in support of the opposition.

Biden, he said, had been preoccupied with Ukraine. “It wouldn’t be too much of an exaggeration to say that there was a time during in his vice-presidency when he visited Ukraine more that he visited America beyond Washington.”


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