Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Dmitry Kuleba explained why he does not consider Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Foreign Minister Peter Szijjártó, who visited Ukraine on January 29, to be pro-Russian politicians.
The diplomat in an interview with Telex explained that he does not consider pro-Russian politicians the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the head of the Hungarian government because of their statements regarding Ukraine, NBN informs.
The minister noted that he considers Orban and Szijjártó to be pro-Hungarian politicians. Kuleba drew attention to the fact that if representatives of Budapest were pro-Russian, this would mean big problems both for their country and for the European Union.
The Ukrainian Foreign Minister recalled that during a press conference in In Uzhgorod on January 29, his Hungarian colleague stated that he respects the integrity and sovereignty of our state.
Recall that Orban considers Donald Trump the only leader in Europe and the United States who can supposedly end the Russian-Ukrainian war.