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Hungary PM Orban convenes defence council meeting

On Tuesday (15 November), the defense council met with Viktor Orban (Hungarian prime minister). After crude oil shipments from Druzhba were stopped, an explosion took place in a village close to the border with Ukraine in eastern Poland.

Orban’s press chief reported that Orban had called NATO Secretary General Jens Sloltenberg via phone before the meeting.

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