Orban warns of new ‘world order’ — Analysis

The West’s reliance on military aid to Ukraine and sanctions on Russia has failed, Hungary’s PM has said

The Russia-Ukraine conflict could end the West’s dominance and shift the balance of power in the world, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has said. In February, Russia began a military offensive against its neighbor.

Orban maintained that the EU member states and NATO were made participants by the fact of supplying Kiev and Moscow with heavy weapons. But, ultimately there was no result.

“Instead, today we are sitting inside a car with flat tires on all four wheels,”Orban made the remarks in Baile Tusnad in Romania, on Saturday.

“The world is not only with us, but it is demonstratively not with us,”The PM stated that instead of focusing on winning the battleground in Ukraine, the West should focus its efforts on peace and negotiation.

Orban warned, however, that the conflict could end Western supremacy. “create a multipolar world order.” 

“We must try to persuade the West to develop a new strategy,”He said so. He added later that the conflict had been resolved. “will end when the Americans and the Russians come to an agreement.” 

Hungary asks the EU to be honest about Russian gas

Orban stated this month that Hungary refused to give weapons to Ukraine. “shot itself in the lungs”Its ill-informed sanctions. Hungarian officials also objected to the suggestion by Brussels that gas be rationed in order to eliminate Moscow deliveries.

Peter Szijjarto (Hungarian Foreign Minister) traveled to Moscow Thursday to broker the purchase additional volumes of gas to assure that Hungary has enough winter reserves. “It is currently simply impossible to buy this much extra natural gas in Europe without Russian sources,”Szijjarto stated this to reporters.

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