Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Vilnius on Thursday that the EU's sanctions on Moscow are not working and should be reviewed and voiced his support for plans by Russia's Rosatom to build new nuclear reactors in the country.
Peteris Szijjarto
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