Hungary’s government aims to find allies and is never proud to be an outlier in “regrettable” debates in the European Union, but it is necessary in order to thwart decisions that don’t take Hungary’s interests into consideration, the prime minister’s chief of staff said in an interview with public media website hirado.hu on Monday.

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