Without Russian gas: the case of Hungary

Hungary is one of the countries that are the most dependent on natural gas and oil imports in the EU, especially on imports from Russia… The energy dependency is above 50 per cent, and more than 90 per cent of oil and natural gas imports came from Russia before the war, making the country very sensitive to the geopolitical developments of the past year. For the moment, EU sanctions do not cover nuclear fuels, but this topic is also conflictual in Hungary, as 100 per cent of the fuel used in the country’s only nuclear installation, the Paks nuclear power […]

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