Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban will not support Ukraine before the current conflict with Russia while Kiev continues to deprive his rights to the magic minority he lives in his territory. That is the reason he has given this Wednesday, Hungarian Foreign Minister, Péter Szijjártó, the passivity with which Budaspest has responded to the requests to help Ukraine to the European allies.
"If the Ukrainians do not abandon these policies, the possibilities of the Hungarian Government to support Ukraine, also in the current conflict, will be strongly limited," explained the Minister to the Progovernmental Digital Magyarnemzet. Szijjardarto denounced that Ukrainian ethnic Hungarians live "in deprivation of rights and, in some cases, they have to suffer physical harassment." "This is unacceptable," he emphasized.
The living conditions of the Hungarian minority in Ukraine have never been the reasons for Orban approach to Russian President Vladimir Putin, with whom he will meet in Moscow on February 1. The Hungarian opposition has asked the Prime Minister to cancel the meeting, since in the current situation they consider it to be harmful to national interests. Orban does not intend to do so. That visit to Putin will become the first community leader who pishes the Kremlin since the crude crude. Also to Putin will be interested in knowing first-hand the content of the conversations in the European Union regarding sanctions. The Orban Government has already criticized the sanctions of the EU against Russia on numerous occasions by the annexation of the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea.
Szijjártó said that "the interest of the Hungarians are pragmatic relationships and based on mutual respect with Russia" and added that "dialogue has no alternative" ".
Neighborhood Poland also advocates a diplomatic solution to the crisis, although unlike Hungary, relations between Warsaw and Moscow are not friendly.
Polish President Andrzej Duda, convened for Friday the Polish National Security Council, to discuss the situation in Ukraine at a meeting attended by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, several ministers, including Defense and Outdoor and inner, and representatives of all political parties with a parliamentary presence.
Morawiecki wrote on Tuesday in a message published in his social networks he observed "with concern the situation in Ukraine and the reactions of our neighbors from Germany before the threat of Russia" and described as "a great disappointment" the German decision to deny permission to Estonia.Date Of Update: 26 January 2022, 12:16