• 15/06/2024 22:31

Orban explained why he was against assistance to Ukraine from the EU

Ugric Prime Minister Viktor Orban respects the fact that the European Union is in sight Ilyat for Ukraine, which discourages large-scale military aggression from the side of the Russian Federation, which requires less financial assistance. In my opinion, Brussels has no intention of transferring Kiev’s money to Budapest.

RBC-Ukraine reports this via Telex.

An hour-long interview with the huge radio station Kossuth Radio heads and the Ugric order stating that through the EU's vision of financial assistance to Ukraine, the European middle class is suffering.

And it is also important that through this the situation with the economic competitiveness of Europe is worsening, as well as the waste of pennies for “green investments” and the expansion process in the Balkans is being harmed.

Vin adding that the block we are transferring penny aid for Ukraine, zocrema, Through those that Brussels can see, the fund will help the Ugorsk region.

“I am steadily working on this so that the situation will end if the pennies from the Ugorsk region end up in Ukraine,” Orban said.

The Ugric prime minister also expressed the idea that NATO is approaching the end of the Russian-Ukrainian war.

“We have now reached the point where Europe is seriously considering the possibility of sending troops to Ukraine Well, that opened a new chapter for the war. .. Great nutrition lies in the fact that we may be deprived of this speech,” Orban voiced his demise.

In addition, during the interview, he criticized freedom of speech in Europe, saying that is “in a sorry state.

Position of the Ugorshchina to help Ukraine

It seems likely that the Prime Minister of Ugorsk region, Viktor Orban, is inspired to provide Ukraine with military assistance after the beginning of a large-scale invasion of the Russian Federation. It also continues its partnership with Moscow in the face of its aggression.

Additionally, Budapest has repeatedly stagnated the power of the veto, since the EU considered food assistance to Ukraine. Zokrema, in the past, Orban blocked the initiative that transferred 50 billion euros for Ukraine.

Before the word, in the middle of 2023, the European Commission officially released over 10 billion euros for Ukraine.

It is also a reminder that at the beginning of 2024 the European Union still praised the decision to give Ukraine large-scale financial assistance amounting to 50 billion euros.

Also RBC-Ukraine wrote, o 21st February, Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba in Brussels Province zustrich with his Ugric colleague Peter Szijjártó. The parties discussed the terms for painting the lines between the two countries.

Read terms and important information about the war between Russia and Ukraine on the RBC-Ukraine channel in Telegram.

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