Ukraine, the statement of the Prime Minister of Hungary is ‘unacceptable’ to call an ambassador | Reuters

The foreign ministry of Ukraine said on Thursday that it would call the Hungarian ambassador to discuss the comments made by the Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orban, about Ukraine. FILE PHOTO: Hungarian Prime Minister Orban speaks during a press conference in Budapest, December 2022. REUTERS / Marton Monus

[27日 ロイター] – Ukraine’s foreign ministry said on Thursday it would call on the Hungarian ambassador to discuss comments made by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban about Ukraine as “completely unacceptable.”

Prime Minister Orban told reporters that Ukraine was no man’s land, compared to Afghanistan, said Nikolenko, a spokesman for Ukraine’s foreign ministry.

“These statements are completely unacceptable. Hungary is deliberately trying to destroy relations with Ukraine,” said Nikolenko. I reserve the right to take.”

Hungary has previously accused the European Union of sanctions against Russia that threaten to destroy the European economy. Hungary has a Russian-built nuclear power plant, and Prime Minister Orban said Thursday he would reject EU sanctions that could affect the nuclear sector.


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