In recent months, Viktor Orbán has hardly missed an opportunity to be a nuisance to the EU Commission and the other member states. In May, the Hungarian prime minister blocked the oil embargo against Russia for weeks and forced exceptions for his country by threatening to veto it (Europe.Table reported). Then at the end of June, out of the blue, he stopped the planned implementation of the OECD minimum tax in the EU.
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