Orban’s ties with Putin and Erdogan a cause for concern in Greece, Cyprus, EU and NATO

While Hungary's Victor Orban - who currently holds the rotating presidency of the EU - is bidding to become the dominant hard-right force in the EU, he's also raising eyebrows on the international level. His latest meeting with Russia's President Putin and his decision to attend a meeting of the Organization of Turkic States in Azerbaijan - which included the pseudo-state in the occupied north of Cyprus - has sparked reactions across Europe and within NATO. 

Vassilis Nedos, Kathimerini's diplomatic and defense editor, joins Thanos Davelis to look into Orban's latest travels, his ties to Putin and Erdogan, and whether this is cause for concern in Athens, Nicosia, Brussels and Washington.

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