Financial Times reported on ties between Russian diplomats and Hungarian neo-Nazis


According to the newspaper, Hungarian journalists gained access to the party leaders’ correspondence, where they discussed financial aid from Moscow.

Neo-Nazi organization MNA attracted the attention of law authorities after the arrest of the leader of the party, who killed a police officer during the arrest.

Source of Financial Times in the security services say that the official Budapest knew that Russia helped extremists in Hungary. However, the authorities did not disclose the information, fearing that Russia will withdraw from implementation of economic projects: gas supplies, and the construction of two reactors at the Paks nuclear power plant in the city.