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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban visited Moscow to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin, breaking with the EU’s collective foreign policy shortly after Hungary assumed the EU’s rotating presidency. The trip drew sharp disavowals from Brussels, with EU diplomat Josep Borrell emphasizing it was not official EU business but a bilateral matter. The visit marked a diplomatic win for Putin, who has accused NATO nations of prolonging the Ukraine war and not pressuring Ukraine to surrender seized territories. Putin highlighted Orban’s leadership role during their Kremlin meeting.

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