Hungarian government: EU will impose sanctions on Hungary on behalf of Soros

Starting from this February, Orbán said that Soros and the EU have “attacked” Hungary so as to flood it with migrants, and law-enforcement agencies informed that multiple structures affiliated with George Soros are helping illegal migrants to enter Hungary and to receive refugee status. Szilárd Németh, Vice-Chairman of the Fidesz party, which heads the government, said that Hungary will spare no effort to expel all non-governmental billionaire-connected institutions, “which receive money to serve the interests of global capitalism and support the governance of political correctness over the interests of national governments.” In April Hungary adopted a law under which all educational institutions operating in Hungary, but registered outside the European Union, must also carry out the same activity in the country where they are registered, and foreign teachers must receive work permits. Thus, one of the largest universities of the Central and Eastern Europe, the Central European University in Budapest, established by George Soros 26 years ago, is at risk of being closed. As a result, thousands of protesters rallied against the decision.

Hungary assured that it will not close Soros’ structures, but only make requirements for them stricter.

Soros openly admits that his “Open Society” fund funded the “Orange revolution” in Ukraine in 2004 and Euromaidan in 2013.

Read More

Vatican concerned over possibility of Ukraine adopting anti-Orthodox laws

On his page, he expressed the concern that, “The Vatican is concerned over the possibility of passing [bills] 4128 and 4511. [They] summoned our Ukrainian ambassador to the Vatican. The Vatican is in full agreement with the position expressed by the Roman Catholic Bishop Stanislav Szyrokoradiuk on this subject.” These laws will make it considerably easier for authorities to seize church buildings belonging to the canonical Church, allowing them to interfere heavy-handedly in the internal affairs of religious communities; moreover, these laws will prohibit prayer in churches that the regime finds unfavorable.

These amendments “target not only the Church but also the state and the people”, said the head of the UOC MP metropolitan Onufriy commenting on the anti-Orthodox initiative. Their adoption will lead to “religious hostility, discrimination, and the violation of the freedom of conscience and the freedom of religion. It will the open doors to a religious war, and it will negatively impact on Ukraine on the international arena”.

Read More

DPR: 3 people killed and another 3 injured by the Ukrainian army’s shelling

The Ukrainian military shelled a bus station in the village of Trudovskiye with automatic grenade launchers. 2 people were wounded as a result of the shelling.

On the Donetsk direction, the Ukrainian military opened fire on the residential areas in the Chervonogvardeysky district of Makeevka and in the Petrovsky district of Donetsk. The positions of the DPR People’s Militia near Zhabichevo are under enemy’s fire. The Ukrainian army is provoking trench combat in the area of Krasny Partizan.

DPR PM intelligence reported on the location of a platoon of the US military near Novoselovka not far from Yasinovataya. 2 platoons of foreign military experts from private military companies were noted in the village of Novgorodskoye near Gorlovka. Mercenaries from the “Georgian legion” were noted in the military camps in the villages of Volodarskoye, Krasnogorovka, and Svetlodarskoye. The militants of the Azov nationalist battalion are guarding the camps.

According to the DPR PM, during the past day, 3 servicemen of the Donetsk People’s Republic were killed and another one was wounded as a result of the shelling.

Read More