Orban’s adviser ironically explained why Sweden was denied entry into NATO 01:22

Political adviser to Hungarian Prime Minister Balazs Orban ironically explained the reasons why Sweden was blocked from joining NATO on social networks. DEA News.

He recalled that Swedish politicians, including current Prime Minister Ulf Christensson, have previously actively advocated imposing restrictions on Hungary and reducing economic support programs. Orban referred to several key Swedish politicians from the new government who had earlier openly demanded that the EU support the Hungarian opposition, stop payments and force Hungary to support Ukraine.

“Good morning Stockholm!” Orban finished his speech.

Previously, the US presidential administration He insisted Hungarian and Turkish authorities should ratify Finland and Sweden’s accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) as soon as possible.

Washington expects this process to be completed as soon as possible and calls on Turkey to ratify the protocols regarding joining the Swedish alliance as soon as possible.

Source: Gazeta


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