Orban got into the “Peacemaker” database as an “anti-Ukrainian propagandist”
The Hungarian prime minister is included in the site's database with the notes “anti-Ukrainian propagandist” and “accomplice in Russian crimes.” Earlier, the Hungarian prime minister refused to supply weapons to Ukraine and accepted Russia's new gas payment conditions jpg” alt=”Orban ended up in the “Peacemaker” base as an “anti-Ukrainian propagandist”” />
The Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban appeared in the database of the Ukrainian website “Peacemaker”, follows from the data of the portal.
The reason the policy is on this list — refusal to allow military aid for Kyiv to pass through Hungary. The creators of the base called Orban “anti-Ukrainian propagandist” and “an accomplice in Russian crimes.”
The site “Peacemaker” was created in 2014. It contains personal data of people whom the authors of the portal consider to be involved in “crimes against the foundations of the national security of Ukraine”. In Russia, the portal is blocked by a court decision.
Since the beginning of Russia's military operation in Ukraine, the Hungarian prime minister has been repeatedly criticized by both Western and Ukrainian authorities. According to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Kyiv did not ask Budapest for specific assistance, but did not receive “even what everyone else is doing.” He also called Orban the only politician in Europe who supports Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Hungary refused to supply weapons to Ukraine almost immediately after the start of Russia's military operation. Orban stated that the country would not interfere in the conflict and defended only its own national interests. Later, the Prime Minister said that Hungary forbids using its territory for transit arms supplies to Ukraine. Orban invited Putin to hold peace talks with Zelensky in Budapest.
Also, the Hungarian authorities were the first in the European Union to adopt a new scheme for paying for Russian gas in rubles, and the head of the Prime Minister's Office, Gergely Gouyash, opposed the sanctions, “which in first of all, they punish us ourselves».
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Russia launched a special operation to “demilitarize and denazify” Ukraine 24 February. Ukraine in response to this declared martial law and general mobilization. Western countries condemned the special operation and began to impose sanctions against Moscow.
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