Orban's Eurosceptic allies pose more problems for EU as Italian populists surge in polls


Hungary stuck to its demands for energy investment before it agrees to such an embargo, clashing with EU states pushing for swift approval.

The EU has offered up to 2 billion euros to central and eastern nations lacking non-Russian supply.

Many of the EU’s 27 member states are heavily reliant on Russian energy, prompting criticism from Kyiv that the bloc has not moved quickly enough to halt supplies.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky told global business leaders in Davos on Monday that the world must increase sanctions against Russia to deter other countries from using “brute force” to achieve their aims.


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