The EU Commission and several northern European countries are reacting to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's unilateral moves in the area of foreign with boycotts. Orbán visited Putin, Xi and Trump at the beginning of his country's EU Council Presidency. EU commissioners and representatives of several EU states have now said they won't attend ministerial meetings in Budapest. Europe's press debates whether this is the right approach.

The Times (GB)
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (DE)
Radio Kommersant FM (RU)
Kurier (AT)
Sydsvenskan (SE)

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Naftemporiki (GR)
Berlingske (DK)
Echo24 (CZ)
Hospodářské noviny (CZ)
L'Opinion (FR)
La Croix (FR)
De Volkskrant (NL)
Avvenire (IT)
Delfi (LT)
Les Echos (FR)
Phileleftheros (CY)
Cyprus Mail (CY)
Süddeutsche Zeitung (DE)
The Times (GB)
The Irish Times (IE)
De Volkskrant (NL)
The Daily Telegraph (GB)
Deutschlandfunk (DE)
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