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Orban says the West is one step away from sending troops to Ukraine

Orban speaks about sending Western troops to Ukraine

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who is called a friend of Russian dictator Vladimir Putin, said that the West is one step away from sending troops to Ukraine. He complained that the mood of war allegedly prevails in Europe, and that the logic of war dominates politics.

On his Facebook page on Sunday, April 21, Orban wrote that he sees almost every European leader preparing for war. They are allegedly involved in the war in Ukraine and consider it their own.

The Hungarian prime minister complained that on the eve of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Europe was only talking about sending Kyiv helmets, and then they started imposing sanctions on Moscow, sending firearms, tanks, and now airplanes to the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

Putin's friend believes that European aid has not improved the situation, but only worsened it.

"We are one step away from the West sending troops to Ukraine. This is a whirlpool of war that could drag Europe into the abyss. Brussels is playing with fire. What it is doing is temptation. World wars were never called world wars to begin with," he wrote.

Orban added that "Hungarians know what war is and should stay away from it."

"This is not our war. We don't want war and we don't want Hungary to become a plaything of the great powers again. That is why we have to defend peace at home - in Brussels, Washington, the UN and NATO," the Hungarian prime minister said.

Orban says the West is one step away from sending troops to Ukraine

In late February, at a meeting of presidents and heads of government from 28 countries, French President Emmanuel Macron proposed that Western countries send their troops to Ukraine. However, no joint decision was made in this regard. However, according to Macron, "it is possible that this position may change in the future."

Later, Macron confirmed that his statement was made deliberately, and also clarified that Paris could send troops to Ukraine if the front line moved toward Odesa or Kyiv.

Later, commenting on his resonant statement, Macron emphasized that "in the near future" there would be no French troops in Ukraine.

As OBOZ.UA reported, the Presidential Administration is preparing a meeting between Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. The head of the Presidential Administration, Andriy Yermak, and Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto agreed to hold it in a telephone conversation.

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