Hungary’s top diplomat warns that presence of Western troops in Ukraine could lead to world war, tells Russian media

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has emphasized that Hungary will not be sending weapons or soldiers to Ukraine and urged caution when considering the possibility of sending troops to Ukraine on behalf of NATO member states.

Despite the conflicts and tensions in the region, Hungary has maintained a close relationship with Russia, opposing the idea of sending additional funds and weapons to Kyiv. Prime Minister Orbán has even congratulated Russian President Vladimir Putin on his recent election victory, which many Western countries viewed as fraudulent.

However, Szijjártó, the Hungarian foreign minister, highlighted the importance of open communication channels with Russia. She stated that Putin and Orbán are able to hold talks whenever necessary, demonstrating Hungary’s stance on maintaining diplomatic relations with Russia.

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