Putin's friend Orban issued another cynical statement during a toast: Hungary borders on Russia, not Ukraine

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Putin's friend Orban issued another cynical statement during the toast: Hungary borders on Russia, not Ukraine

Probably, by German-speaking, he meant Austria, but “forgot” about Ukraine; and "settled" its Russians.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, considered a friend of Putin, issued another cynical statement on Ukraine. While toasting Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, the politician said that in the west his country borders with German-speaking people, and in the east with Russians, and not with Ukraine.

This was reported to European Pravda in the press service of Orban.

“You don't need to be a nuclear physicist to see this right away: Azerbaijan borders Iran in the south and Russia in the north; to the west from Hungary live German speakers, and in the east – Russians. Therefore, we know the situation and know how difficult it is to manage the life of the “nation” well under such circumstances,” he noted.

Probably, under the German speakers, he had in mind Austria, but “forgot” about Ukraine and “populated” it with Russians.

According to Radio Liberty, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry reacted to Orban's insulting remarks and summoned Hungarian Ambassador Istvan Ijjarto, who was strongly protested.

“The Hungarian diplomat was noted that anti-Ukrainian rhetoric, on the part of the Hungarian leadership, is absolutely unacceptable and causes serious harm to Ukrainian-Hungarian relations.The Hungarian side was called upon to stop this negative trend in order to avoid irreparable consequences for relations between the two countries. It was emphasized that Ukraine, for its part, is ready to develop constructive good neighborly relations with Hungary,” the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

Orban's scandalous statements

The pro-Russian Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has repeatedly been noted for cynical statements about Ukraine.Recently, he has developed a tendency.The Hungarian Prime Minister said in a few days that “Ukraine is a 'no man's land',” Time in the war is on Russia's side, etc. .

Also among recent cynical statements that “Ukraine is becoming Afghanistan.” According to Orban, the West must understand that Putin cannot afford to lose the war and will not lose, because next year there will be elections in Russia, and he cannot go to them as the president who lost the war.

From – for Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's disparaging remarks about Ukraine, the Hungarian Ambassador was summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.

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