Germany aspires to gain absolute power over EU's foreign policy after Hungary canceled pro-Hamas statement

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As you can see in the video below, following a row over Hungary’s stance on Hamas, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has said the EU should get rid of the right for individual member states to block its foreign policy through the veto mechanism.
Hungary is Israel’s closest ally in the EU bloc, and it declined to join the other 26 foreign ministers in calling on Israel to lay down its arms and stop defending itself against Hamas rocket attacks.
Without Hungary, the EU could not officially pass the declaration.
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