CORONAVIRUS: Here's the latest
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In a statement to MTI earlier today, before taking off to the EU's upcoming summit in Brussels, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán made it clear that if the debate about tying the rule of law to EU finances would delay the establishment of the coronavirus emergency fund, then it is possible to make intergovernmental deals, outside the EU framework.
Conditions approved by Hungary’s parliament regarding the EU’s coronavirus rescue package lay out a clear set of principles to be applied by the government at the upcoming EU summit focusing on the bloc’s next budget.
Negotiations finished at 2:00 a.m. this morning in Brussels, where the European Council was working on getting all EU Member States to form a joint position on making Europe’s economy carbon-free by 2050.