Publish dateSaturday 15 June 2024 - 08:41
Story Code : 292007
The Prime Minister of Hungary says that NATO is looking for the creation of new military bases to guarantee the delivery of weapons to Ukraine, and that Budapest is worried about the security of the region, so it will not participate in the alliance's plans. According to him, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine can only be resolved through peace talks.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: Prime Minister of Hungary announced the establishment of three military bases of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in Poland, Romania and Slovakia and said that his country will not participate in the plans of this military alliance.

Viktor Orban said on Friday that NATO is looking to establish military bases in Poland, Romania and Slovakia as part of its mission in Ukraine to ensure arms supplies to Kiev, Sputnik reported.

He emphasized that if these bases are established in countries bordering Ukraine such as Poland, Romania and Slovakia, they will become military targets.

The Prime Minister of Hungary said that the country is concerned about its security and will not participate in these activities in any way.

According to IRNA, Orban had previously said that Budapest has no plans to participate in NATO's actions, which could lead the member states of this military alliance to conflict in Ukraine and lead to a direct confrontation with Russia.

The Hungarian Prime Minister explained that it is impossible to resolve the conflict in Ukraine through a military [confrontation] because there are no winners [in the war] and a solution should be found through peace talks.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary, Peter Szijarto, also announced that his country will not participate in the long-term plan of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to help Ukraine, calling this plan a "stupid mission".

NATO allies agreed in April to begin planning for long-term military support for Ukraine in its war with Russia by creating a fund worth 100 billion euros ($107 billion).

Relations between Hungary and NATO have been strained by Budapest's delay in approving Sweden's accession to the military alliance, which was finally approved by Hungary in March, and by Viktor Orban's warm ties with Russia.
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