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Orban urged Europe to prepare for a protracted war

The head of the Hungarian government believes that “pressure” on Russia in the form of sanctions will accelerate the collapse of the European Union and a full-scale war in Europe.

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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban believes that a full-scale war will break out in Europe soon, which will be a continuation of the Russian-Ukrainian war. This was stated by the head of government of the Hungarian government during one of his speeches.

Orban predicted an “economy on its knees” and a “protracted war” for Europe, saying that Hungary needs an army capable of guaranteeing peace.

“We must face reality. If this goes on, sanctions will shake Europe, the economy of the continent will kneel, people may be in danger, and it seems that we need to prepare for a protracted war,” he said.

According to Orban, a full-scale war in Europe can be avoided by reducing the sanctions pressure on the Russian Federation and peace talks between Vladimir Zelensky and Vladimir Putin.

By the way, not so long ago, Viktor Orban already said that he would oppose the expansion of EU sanctions against Russia and predicted a war in Ukraine until 2030.In addition, Orban called on the Russian Federation and the United States to negotiate and called the former American Donald Trump “the hope for peace.” The Hungarian prime minister argued his position by the fact that Ukraine can wage a defensive war against the Russian Federation only thanks to the military support of the United States. At the same time, Orban does not consider the current head of the White House, Joe Biden, to be a suitable negotiator from the American side.