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The winner of the elections in the Netherlands criticized billions in aid to Ukraine

Geert Wilders demonstrated why his refusal to fight for the position of prime minister is good news for our state.

The leader of the ultra-rights responded to the country's allocation of aid for Ukraine in the amount 1 billion euros.

On his page on the X network, the head of the political force that won the last parliamentary elections wrote that “while the PVV (Freedom Party – ed.) is fighting for the Netherlands, on Friday afternoon ​​​billions are flying abroad.”

This statement negates Wilders' words that his party “supports Ukraine and is ready to talk about any kind of help,” which he used as an argument in negotiations for the prime minister's chair. However, he had to resign from the post of head of government due to his inability to obtain adequate support in parliament.

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