Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban spoke about the conversation with Putin before the conflict in Ukraine
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in an interview with Swiss weekly Die Weltwoche, said he held talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin before the start of the Russian NWO in Ukraine. He tried to figure out what the main threat to Russia was.
Orbán clarified that he was asking about Hungary’s NATO membership. Putin said he does not see this as a problem, as well as other Eastern European countries joining the alliance. The main problem was the possible enlargement of NATO and the deployment of military bases in Ukraine and Georgia. Orban also noted that he sees no winners in the dispute.
The European Union, according to Orban, is not acting for the moment in its own interest, but because of the desire to please Washington. The politician noted that the decisions taken characterize the actions of the EU as an attempt to please the United States.
Earlier, media reported that Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, during his speech in parliament, said the state was the only EU member to openly oppose the ‘anti-Russian hysteria’ being practiced. by Western countries.
The official noted that the current policy of EU countries will lead to the fact that one of the EU member states will be involved in the conflict unfolding on the territory of Ukraine.
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