The Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orban, on Wednesday has made a call to NATO countries for stop supplying weapons to Ukraine. The following call has been made by the Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orban during the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, taken place in the capital city of Vilnius in Lithuania.
It is to be noted that, Prime Minister Viktor Orban has made a call on the nations coming under NATO countries to put a bar on supplying the weapons to Ukraine, for stop training Ukrainian soldiers and to start a peace talks as soon as possible.
During the summit, PM Viktor Orban, while elaborating on the following, said that, “We are in the capital city of Vilnius, at the two day NATO Summit.”
At the same time, PM Orban highlighted that the major to major topic of concern during the talks at the NATO Summit in Vilnius, Lithuanian will revolve around the ongoing war between the neighboring armies of the Russian Federation and Ukraine.
Noting to which, PM Orban said that, “The position of the Hungary on the Russia-Ukraine war remains unchanged, and we are going to represent it: Instead of bringing weapons war to Ukraine. We should bring peace.”
He further added that, “Ceasefire is necessary, and instead of war, peace negotiations should start as soon as possible. The position of Hungary is clear and since the war is in our neighborhood and tens of thousands of Hungarian people are in immediate danger, because there are several Hungarians that are living in the Transcarpathia.”
It is to be specifically mentioned that, PM Orban said that, “Hungary insists that NATO should not change its previous position. NATO is a military defence alliance, it was mainly created to protect its member states, not to carry out military actions on the territory of the other nations. At the start of the negotiations, the Hungarian position completely coincides with the position of NATO.”
“Since NATO does not send troops, does not send weapons, does not train combat military units, but rather tries to strengthen. The defence capabilities of its own member states. This is necessary and right, and Hungary will continue to support it,” says PM Orban.