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Hungary: Sending Western forces to Ukraine is unacceptable

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary emphasized that the sending of Western troops to Ukraine is unacceptable and that his country is against sending weapons to Kiev.

According to TASS, Peter Szijarto stated on Tuesday during his trip to Nicosia: Hungary does not send weapons to Ukraine like Cyprus. We are also strongly against statements about the possibility of sending troops to Ukraine.

He had previously warned that the deployment of Western forces in Ukraine increases the possibility of the start of World War III.

Meanwhile, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban stressed the importance of direct negotiations between Russia and the European Union regarding the war in Ukraine, saying: Russia does not threaten NATO, but there must be a buffer zone in Ukraine.

French President Emmanuel Macron recently said after hosting a meeting in Paris with the presence of leaders and high-ranking officials of 20 countries: “Currently, there is no consensus to send troops to the battlefield. Nothing can be done.” rejected We will do whatever it takes to prevent Russia from winning.

On the other hand, French Foreign Minister Stephane Sejournay said that there are doubts about the possibility of our long-term support for Ukraine. French Defense Minister Sébastien LeCorneau also said that there is currently no plan to send military forces to Ukraine.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said about Macron’s statement: As long as Ukraine resists, the French army can stay in France. /p>

Source: IRNA

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