According to the former politician, there has been no major change, and the European Commission is still the same as it has always been.
The Hungarian government’s opposition to EU plans to introduce a price cap on Russian gas has been successful.
“There will be gas and enough electricity in Hungary”, meaning that no factory will have to be shut down or closed because of energy shortages.
It is clear that the anti-Russian sanctions will not end the conflict in Ukraine, the German Federal Republic is destroying its industry and the middle class with its energy decisions.
Uniper has huge liquidity problems. The German energy giant has applied to the government for additional financial assistance.
Russian Security Council vice-president Dmitry Medvedev is threatening Europe with a gas price hike.
The most pressing problem for the countries of Europe has become the task to survive the coming winter.
The press wonders how the German public will react if the government in Berlin fails to keep warm in the coming winter.
Poland is as strong as ever and the war in Ukraine has made it a central player in European politics, writes ‘Die Welt’.