Hungary calls on West to guarantee security to Russia 00:23

The Head of the Hungarian Prime Minister’s Office, Gergely Guiyash, said that in order to resolve the conflict in Ukraine, the West should be guaranteed the security of the Russian Federation. This has been reported TASS.

He also spoke in favor of Ukraine not being accepted into the North Atlantic Alliance.

Gouyash believes that negotiations to resolve the conflict can only be effective if the United States joins together with Russia and Ukraine.

According to him, the Ukrainian side has “no chance of returning the regions” and Russia “does not pose a threat to Central Europe.”

Peter Szijjártó, previously Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Relations of Hungary declarationHe said his country opposes the European Union’s granting of a new 500m Euro tranche of military aid to Kiev, as this development of events would prolong the conflict for another four years.

Earlier, the head of EU diplomacy, Josep Borrell, said that the organization failed to unlock the next tranche from the European Peace Fund for Ukraine.

Earlier, the Prime Minister of Hungary talked about how he treated Putin. appreciated Ukrainian army.

Source: Gazeta


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