He recalled the entry into force of the ban on oil from Russia and related EU sanctions.
“Hungary fought successfully, but in vain ... The entry into force of sanctions ... causes problems in supplying Hungary with fuel,” RIA Novosti quotes him.
Guias noted that the MOL company informed the Hungarian Energy Minister that without fuel imports it is impossible to solve the issue of supplying the country.
At the end of October, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said that it was not known what could replace gas from Russia.
On October 26, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto announced that the country does not support setting a cap price for Russian gas.