The President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky spoke about his conversation with the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban.
Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky said he had a “maximally frank” conversation with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban at the inauguration ceremony of Argentina’s newly elected president. The Ukrainian leader announced this in a video message on Sunday, December 10.
“On the sidelines of the inauguration I spoke with Hungarian Prime Minister Orban as honestly as possible. And it was clearly about our European affairs,” he said.
Let’s remember that the conversation between the politicians took place against the backdrop of Orban’s intentions not to support the decision of the EU summit on December 14-15 in Brussels regarding the start of negotiations on the accession of Ukraine to European Union and subsequent financial and military. support for Kyiv.
As you know, Hungary has taken an openly pro-Russian position and has repeatedly hurt Ukraine with its actions. Prime Minister Viktor Orban has threatened to block all EU aid to Ukraine, as well as our country’s further movement in the bloc, unless EU leaders agree to reconsider their entire strategy for supporting Kyiv.
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