Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban wants to Express his disagreement on the issue of the extension of the punishment relative to Russia, but He will not exercise the right to Veto to stop the renewal, informs magazine.
"The veto is a nuclear bomb, it is good to have, but not to apply it," the magazine quoted the words of Orban.
He also said that the final decision on sanctions ultimately depends on Germany.
first of Reuters referring to the European diplomatic source reported that Western leaders at the G20 conference agreed to extend the punishment relative to Russia for another six months, until July 2016, on the background of the Ukrainian elections.
Relations between Russia and the West deteriorated in connection with the situation in Ukraine. At the end of July 2014, the EU and the US from point penalties against certain individuals and organizations have moved to the measures against entire sectors of the Russian economy. In response, Russia restricted imports of food items from countries that have imposed against her punishment. In June 2015, in response to the extension of the sanctions Russia has extended food embargo until 5 August 2016.