Orban said the nature of the war in Ukraine was "unclear" to him and immediately supported all "peace plans"

Olga LipichPolitics
Orban supports all "peace plans" for the war in Ukraine

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, known for his anti-Ukrainian statements, said that he allegedly still does not understand the "true nature" of the full-scale war that Russia has launched in Ukraine. At the same time, the politician, who is called a friend of Russian dictator Putin, supported all "peace plans" to end the war.

Orban's words were quoted on Twitter by Hungarian government spokesman Zoltan Kovacs on Thursday, May 18. The Prime Minister of the country did not understand the real reasons for the attack on Ukraine by the aggressor state of the Russian Federation, but said that he "wants peace".

At the same time, he said he believed that one of the countries should "take the first step" to "stop the conflict". By the way, he did not call Russia's invasion of Ukraine a war.

Orban also said that there are allegedly "different opinions" about the war in Ukraine, so he does not understand "whether it is a proxy war or a real 'conflict' between the parties". While all states condemn Russia and call on dictator Putin to withdraw his occupiers from Ukrainian cities, the Hungarian prime minister decided to support all "peace plans" because he does not know which one will "work".


It is worth noting that the day before, Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó made another anti-Ukrainian statement. He accused President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of allegedly threatening to blow up the Druzhba pipeline, which jeopardises the stability of oil supplies and threatens Hungarian national sovereignty.

It is known that the head of the Ukrainian state has not made any official threats, so it is possible that Szijjártó decided to protest proactively.

Earlier, Zelenskyy sharply criticised the position of official Budapest, which has repeatedly emphasised its friendly and partnership relations with the current Moscow regime. Such relations look inadequate, as Hungary is a member of the NATO alliance, and the Kremlin considers the North Atlantic Alliance an enemy.

As reported by OBOZREVATEL, Hungarian Prime Minister Orban said that NATO should "think ten thousand times" before expanding to the east. This is how the politician commented on Ukraine's possible accession to the bloc.

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