The Hungarian intelligence service established that the Russian diplomats and people in Russian military uniforms participated in the training of members of the Hungarian organization «movement of the national front» (MNA), whose leadership professed neo-Nazi ideology. About it writes RBC with reference to the publication Financial Times.
«The publication notes that Hungarian journalists have received access to the correspondence of the leaders of the MNA, which discussed financial assistance from Moscow», — stated in the message.
Interest in MNA arose after Hungarian police conducted an operation to arrest the leader of the organization of Istvan Gyorkos — he called himself a Nazi and was carried away by the Hungarian Nazi Ferenczi Salashi, who during the Second world war was an ally of Hitler, and after Hungary was occupied by the Soviet army, was executed for participating in the massacres.
«During the police operation, Gyorkos barricaded himself in his house and began to shoot, killing one policeman was killed. Now Dorcas is in jail and is suspected of committing a range of crimes, including the spread of hateful ideology», — the newspaper notes.
Also, citing sources in the security services FT argues that in Budapest knew that Russia had assisted the extremists in Hungary.
«However, the authorities did not raise the issue, fearing that Moscow will refuse to implementation of economic projects. We are talking about gas supplies and the construction of two reactors at NPP Paks», — writes the edition.
Note, the regime of Vladimir Putin does not hide its comprehensive support of various undemocratic European extremist movements — from extreme left to extreme right. Sunday, 22 March 2015, in St. Petersburg took place the so-called «international Russian conservative forum» — as explained by the organizers, «the first in the world history Forum national-oriented political forces of Europe and Russia» — which, given the personal composition of participants of the Russian democratic media called it as «a bunch of neo-Nazis».
Some of the participants of this «forum» was the so-called «observers» of the separatist «referendum», organized in the Russian-occupied Ukrainian territories of Crimea and Donbas.
16 may 2014 the Prosecutor General of Hungary Peter Polt has turned to Brussels with a request to deprive of immunity of one of these «observers», the Deputy of the European Parliament and unofficial leader of the neo-Nazi party «Jobbik» Bela Kovacs, because he was suspected of spying for Moscow.
According to Hungarian law enforcement, Kovacs too often met with Russian diplomats and monthly flew to Moscow. The ultra-right is married to a citizen of the Russian Federation, which, according to press reports, was previously a brain … … beautiful KGB.
In the media spoke about the relations of Russian diplomats with Hungarian neo-Nazis 28.11.2016