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In an interview with a national daily, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said that a possible peace in Ukraine depends above all on the United States, which, according to him, allows kyiv to continue the conflict with Russia. .

“If Americans want peace, there will be peace.” Speaking in a daily interview Magyar Nemzet on 24th December the Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, gave his analysis of the conflict in Ukraine, explaining that without the support of the United States to the country governed by Volodymyr Zelensky, peace would already be possible.

“Ukraine can only fight as long as the United States supports it with money and weapons. If the Americans want peace, there will be peace”, he initially argued, recalling later that, according to him, Hungary was “the only European country outside the war”, in reference to the anti-sanctions position against Russia adopted by Budapest.

Asked about the “pro-Russian” perception of Hungary “in the European Union and in the Western media”, Viktor Orban replied bluntly: “We are pro-Hungarian.”

“We support and help Ukraine, it is in our interest to keep Ukraine sovereign, and it is in our interest that Russia does not pose a threat to the security of Europe, but it is not in our interest in renouncing all our economic relations with Russia,” he said, concluding: “We are looking at these issues through a Hungarian prism, not through another.”

The United States continues arms deliveries to Ukraine, the Kremlin denounces an “indirect” war against Russia

Since the start of the conflict in Ukraine, the United States, but also several European countries, have provided tens of billions of dollars in military and financial aid to kyiv, including deliveries of sophisticated lethal weapons such as multiple rocket launchers Himars, combat drones, M777 and RCH 155 howitzers or Caesar guns from the French army.

During Volodymyr Zelensky’s visit to the United States on December 21, American President Joe Biden, who received him at the White House, announced that his country “would stand [au côté des Ukrainiens] as long as it takes,” adding that he wanted to “continue to strengthen Ukraine’s ability to defend itself” and promising the supply of Patriot anti-aircraft defense missiles to kyiv. Two days later, on December 23, a new aid package estimated at $45 billion was approved by the US Congress.

Reacting to statements and announcements made during this visit by the Ukrainian President across the Atlantic, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov regretted not having “heard […] genuine calls for peace”. “We can note with regret that neither Biden nor Zelensky uttered a word that could suggest a potential willingness to listen to Russia’s concerns,” he lamented, adding that the United States were pursuing an “indirect” war with Russia.

For his part, the Russian ambassador to the United States, Anatoly Antonov, stressed that this trip had “definitely confirmed that the conciliatory declarations of the administration [américaine] on the lack of intention to enter into confrontation with Russia” were only “empty words”. According to him, on the contrary, “it has been announced that it is necessary to continue the ‘proxy war’ against” Russia, by means of colossal arms deliveries, and with the “maniacal idea” of achieving to the complete military defeat of the Russian forces, a hypothesis that the Pentagon itself deems implausible.

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The end of the conflict in Ukraine depends on Washington, according to Orban – RT in French

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