Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is known as a controversial figure who does not hesitate to express his views openly and without hesitation. He did the same thing this time as well. According to Orban, during the Doha economic forum, the primary objective should be to bring an end to the war in Ukraine.
In terms of Ukraine's chances on the battlefield, Orban is not optimistic at all. "When you look at the numbers, the environment and the fact that NATO refuses to send troops there, it is clear that there is no victory on the battlefield for the poor Ukrainians," Orbán said.
Oleg Nikolenko responded
Ukrainian diplomatic spokesperson Oleg Nikolenko responded emphatically through his Facebook account as a result of the incident. As he noted, many forecasts ended up being wrong, and the predictions appeared to be inaccurate at that time.
There is still a strong resistance going on in Ukraine against the attacks, and it is showing good results. "The Kremlin should be happy, the Hungarian Prime Minister released Russia from responsibility for the aggression against Ukraine.
The same European politicians claimed last year that Ukraine had no chance of holding out for more than 72 hours. They were wrong then and they are wrong now," Nikelenko replied. As Nikolenko points out, this is not only a war of Ukraine, but it is a war of the whole of Europe as well.
In this moment, the security of Europe is the most important thing that needs to be taken care of, and if Ukraine loses this war, then there will be a question mark over Putin's next move. "Unlike those who advocate surrendering to the enemy without resistance, Ukrainians will fight until their territory is completely freed from Russian occupation.
This is the only way not only to restore peace in Ukraine, but also to guarantee the security of the whole Therefore, it is crucial to join forces to ensure that Ukraine has everything it needs to hasten the defeat of Russia," Nikolenko concluded.
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