The EU has threatened Hungary for supporting Russia. “This policy will cost her dearly”

Poland condemned Hungary’s attitude to the situation in Ukraine
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Hungary’s policy of supporting Russia in a special operation against Ukraine and closing the country to arms supplies to Kiev will be “expensive” for Budapest. This opinion was expressed by the President of Poland (the country is a member of the European Union) Andrzej Duda.

“It is difficult for me to understand this also because this policy will be very expensive for Hungary,” Duda said on TVN24. This is how he spoke about the position of former Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on the Russian special operation in Ukraine.

Duda said that Orbán was in a difficult situation due to Hungary’s energy dependence on Russia. According to the Polish leader, other European countries have faced the same problem, but this has not prevented them from supplying weapons to Ukraine.

Earlier, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Siyarto said that despite the request of Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky, Budapest will not allow the supply of weapons to the Ukrainian military through its territory. Siyarto stressed that these deliveries endanger the security of the Hungarians themselves. In addition, Budapest has officially opposed the further expansion of anti-Russian sanctions.

A special operation has been taking place in Ukraine since the end of February, for which Russia has been condemned by the European Union. The EU and the United States have also imposed sanctions on Russia. Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia had managed to prevent an impending attack on Donbass. The Russian Defense Ministry reported that Russian servicemen had seized secret cipher telegrams from Ukraine, which indicated that Kiev was preparing for hostilities in Donbass.

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Hungary’s policy of supporting Russia in a special operation against Ukraine and closing the country to arms supplies to Kiev will be “expensive” for Budapest. This opinion was expressed by the President of Poland (the country is a member of the European Union) Andrzej Duda. “It is difficult for me to understand this also because this policy will be very expensive for Hungary,” Duda said on TVN24. This is how he spoke about the position of former Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on the Russian special operation in Ukraine. Duda said that Orbán was in a difficult situation due to Hungary’s energy dependence on Russia. According to the Polish leader, other European countries have faced the same problem, but this has not prevented them from supplying weapons to Ukraine. Earlier, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Siyarto said that despite the request of Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky, Budapest will not allow the supply of weapons to the Ukrainian military through its territory. Siyarto stressed that these deliveries endanger the security of the Hungarians themselves. In addition, Budapest has officially opposed the further expansion of anti-Russian sanctions. A special operation has been taking place in Ukraine since the end of February, for which Russia has been condemned by the European Union. The EU and the United States have also imposed sanctions on Russia. Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia had managed to prevent an impending attack on Donbass. The Russian Defense Ministry reported that Russian servicemen had seized secret cipher telegrams from Ukraine, which indicated that Kiev was preparing for hostilities in Donbass.

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