"He will not give a single penny": Orban speaks about Trump's plan to end the war in Ukraine

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Trump will not support Ukraine if he becomes US president, Orban says

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has said that Donald Trump allegedly has "quite detailed plans" to end the war started by Russia in Ukraine. According to him, Trump "will not give a single penny for the Russian-Ukrainian war" if he wins the US presidential election.

The Hungarian prime minister said this in an interview with M1 TV channel on Sunday, March 10. The interview was recorded after Orban's visit to Florida, where he met with Trump.

The Hungarian prime minister called Trump "a president of peace who has a very clear vision that is hard to disagree with."

"He says: first, he will not give a penny in the Russian-Ukrainian war. That is why the war will end because it is obvious that Ukraine cannot stand on its own two feet," the Hungarian prime minister said.

According to Orban, "if the Americans do not give money and weapons along with the Europeans, the war will end" because Europe "is not able to finance this war by itself."

He suggested that if Europeans are afraid of the Russians, they should "pay for their security or strengthen their armed forces."

On March 8, Trump hosted Orban at his residence in Florida. During the meeting, Trump called Orban a "boss" and a "fantastic leader," while mocking criticism of his illiberal tendencies.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, the Hungarian prime minister said that he did not want his country to have a common border with Russia. He "has bad memories" of this. It is obvious that Orban is referring to the last century, when Hungary bordered the USSR and when the Soviet authorities suppressed the Hungarian uprising in 1956.

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