Orban would have seen better what Russia is in Borodianka than in Moscow, – Deshchitsa

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Orban would have seen better what Russia is in Borodyanka than in Moscow, – Deshchitsa

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is known for his pro-Russian stance. At the same time, he could eloquently demonstrate what Russia really is, for example, a trip to Borodyanka or Kharkov.

About thisChannel 24said Ukrainian diplomat, head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry (in 2014), Ambassador of Ukraine to Poland (2014-2022) Andriy Deshchytsia. In his opinion, then the position of Budapest regarding Russian aggression in Ukraine will change.

Borodyanka or Bakhmut would show Orban what Russia is

Deshchitsa noted that Orban, and Siyarto, and Hungary are a hard nut to crack in order for this country to change its position. At the same time, Budapest may be affected by the realities of war. It would be good, in particular, for the Hungarian prime minister to visit Ukraine and see with his own eyes what Russia is. Bakhmut saw what Russia is. I think that then his position will change,” the Ukrainian diplomat emphasized.

Deshchytsia said that he could change Hungary’s position towards Russia: watch the video

At the same time, he did not rule out that the Hungarians could also suffer from Russian aggression in Ukraine. And it is known that the Orban government strongly supports and worries about the Hungarian minority in our country. It will also affect Budapest and show what Russia really is now, namely that it is a threat to everyone and no agreements will work.

By the way!The European Union has agreed a new tranche for Ukraine in the amount of 500 million euros. Hungary has finally given up blocking this decision. Budapest's veto has sparked increasing outrage among EU diplomats as it has no rationale other than to promote Russia. It was expected that the EU countries would put pressure on Budapest at the ministerial meeting.

More on the position of Orban and Hungary

  • Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has repeatedly criticized Europe for sanctions against Russia, because, in his opinion, they do not weaken Russia and do not help Ukraine. But they only harm the European Union.
  • Hungary has said it plans to remove nine people from a list of Western sanctions imposed through Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine. We are talking about Viktor Rashnikov, Alisher Usmanov, Petr Aven and others. Budapest intends to resume issuing visas and unfreeze the assets of the mentioned persons.
  • The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary announced the oppression of Hungarians in Western Ukraine. Like, Ukraine takes away their rights from the Hungarians. Peter Szijjártó said that “a concentrated, serious attack on Hungarian society” is taking place in the western half of Ukraine.

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